Remember the “Squad Mission Support System” for civilians, Gita by Piaggio Fast Forward? While Gita is cool, it is expensive and heavy to handle when it needs to be lifted. Well, the good news is, for those who do not need a full 40 lbs (18 kg) of payload, there is now a smaller, nifty …
Thanks to Xiaomi’s Cyberdog, robot dogs don’t need to cost an arm or a leg, or as much as a small car. Still, a grand and a half is still a lot for some aspiring roboticists and hobbyists.
A robot lawnmower that does without perimeter cable is not new. But Segway’s proposition for a perimeter cable-free navigation is GPS on its Navimow lawnmower robot. I know. GPS’ accuracy is questionable – unless it is military-grade.
Boston Dynamics’ bipedal humanoid robot, Atlas, is destined to be the next big (robot) thing after Spot. Atlas is even more capable now after letting itself out of the door.
Tesla’s Elon Musk has revealed that Tesla wants to develop AI-powered humanoid robots after the billionaire tech entrepreneur has been warning us about the dangers of artificial intelligence and how it will one day overtake humans.
Ever wish you could own a robotic pet dog that you can take it out for a walk and without having to clean up after it? Technically, you already can – if you have US$74,000 to drop. There are cheaper options, but Aibo is not quite as intelligent as Spot and some robotic dogs are …
I think I have less or same “battery capacity” as a bipedal robot. The last time I ran 5.4 km in a Star Wars run, I was all beat up. Cassie, a bipedal robot invented at Oregon State University (OSU) and produced by OSU spinout company, Agility Robotics, made almost the same distance as I …
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.