Robot is, without doubt, the future. You can prepare your young ones for this future by giving them a head start in STEM education which LEGO wants to be part of, with the upcoming LEGO Mindstorms Robot Inventor 5-in-1 Set – first addition to LEGO Mindstorms theme in seven years.
Soldiers have the Squad Mission Support System (SMSS) to relieve them of heavy load. You, too, can have your own “SMSS” but it ain’t from Lockheed Martin and it most certainly don’t have a payload of half a ton.
You saw Adam Savage made it do rickshaw duty. You have seen it patrolling the park of Singapore to keep social distancing in check and you have seen it worked as a pack to haul a truck. And now, it is finally available for sale.
Want a robot dog, but Spot is out of reach while Aibo is too darn cute for your liking, and you rather not build one robot dog yourself? Well then, perhaps, Unitree A1 Robot Dog could be a good robot dog candidate.
Don’t need to be envious of Adam Savage because, he has robotic dog Spot to ‘play’ with. While we don’t know how much exactly it costs, we read that it costs “less than a car,” which translates to “very expensive.”
Have you ever wonder why dog is a commonly mimicked animal when it comes to robotic animals? While there are robotic cats (including a headless one), dogs seem like a more popular choice. That’s just a thought there.
Everyone knows former Mythbusters Host Grant Imahara has the knack for building things. Recently, the robot builder, model maker, and familiar face of Discovery’s Mythbusters revealed that he had built an animatronic Baby Yoda (officially, ‘The Child’ as he is not Yoda) from The Mandalorian.
Asia’s handset makers are getting very creative when it comes to showing off the power of 5G connectivity. Oppo had a 5G hotel, ZTE has a 5G robotic dog while Sony and Docomo has a 5G driverless concept vehicle. Meanwhile, OnePlus has taken a less serious approach with Snowbots.
At last year’s China Mobile Global Partner Conference, China communication company and handset maker ZTE Corporation had a so-called “5G+ Industry Applications” area where it demoed 5G applications.
Sarcos Robotics is perhaps better known for its exoskeleton suit, but do you know it also makes some really useful robots too? The Sarcos Guardian S is one of them. Sarcos Guardian S is what the company called “remote visual inspection platform,” which is pretty much self-explanatory.