Robot dog is kind of a norm these days. We are not talking about Aibo kind of robot dog or the one that faints if it detects smelly feet, btw. We are talking about Spot kind of “pro” robot dog.
While many companies claim sustainability, going as far as not giving packing a charger with the phone in the name of environmental concern, Razer is doing it in a more tangible way.
While Volkswagen is still working on its mobile charging robot, Chinese clean energy company Envision has launched a green charging robot which it said will put into service in June this year.
You would think the future of the movie industry is CGI. Not quite in Disney’s books. We use to think CGI will take over many roles in movie making, including stuntman and some characters that are not convenient to be played by human actors. Walt Disney Imagineering Research & Development team begs to differ.
From the guy who made a Roomba scream and swear when it bumps into something comes the latest in robotic modification: a Boston Dynamics Spot that pisses… beer into cups.
We knew it is be a matter of time before Robosen Robotics teams up with Hasbro to bring its self-transforming technology Hasbro’s Transformers. Well, you know what? The time is now.
Boston Dynamics has not been making real sales until recently (and only after it has changed a couple of owners). We have not hit up their website for awhile and now that we did, we noticed something. It has moved in-development robot to research and laid to rest, so-to-speak, a bunch of previous endeavors.
The future of robots is inevitable. So, I am not sure about all the dystopia views people have. I guess some people are just resistant to change. I see no threat from robots like Spot. But I can’t speak for everyone and I most certainly can’t speak for MSCHF – the art collective behind a …
When Boston Dynamics finally put up its robotic dog, Spot, on sale, it is relegated for inspection and patrol duties. The ability to manipulate objects, including opening of doors, seen in 2018 was never introduced. Well, that was until last week.
While the auto industry is betting their money on new energy vehicles, one company in Netherlands had developed a robot to fuel up gas-powered cars. Rotec Engineering is the company behind a robotic fueling for passenger cars called Tank Pitstop System.