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Proponents of legged robots say that they make sense because legs are often required to go where humans go.
Boston Dynamics’ lifelike robots have been delighting and terrifying the internet in equal measure for years, but the company has a much bigger milestone ahead: its first ever commercial product — a quadrupedal robot named Spot — is nearly ready to go on sale.
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Joints that are reconfigurable on the fly help this small robot avoid obstacles
Whether free and flexible movements or defined sequences, thanks to its modular design, the pneumatic lightweight robot can be used for numerous applications. In combination with various adaptive grippers...
A developer who loves digging in apps' code to find hidden or still unreleased features tweeted about a pretty cool Spotify functionality called "Social Listening", which lets you and your friends listen to the same song at the same time.
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"Robotic Cutting: Mechanics and Control of Knife Motion," by Xiaoqian Mu, Yuechuan Xue, and Yan-Bin Jia from Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, USA.
DJI is the leading name in drones, and we’ve liked their prosumer Phantom and Mavic lines quite a bit — but it looks like the company has also quietly built a professional cinematography drone that’s so high-end...
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The company famous for agile machines like Atlas and Spot wants to unleash robots in the warehouse
Robots are machines that can either independently or on command carry out a series of operations and functions. Robotics is as a branch of engineering involves the design, construction and operation of robots.
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MIT’s Hermes is a bipedal robot that uses full-body teleoperation to move with greater agility
Engineers have built microrobots to perform all sorts of tasks in the body, and can now add to that list another key skill: delivering stem cells. In a paper published today in Science Robotics, researchers describe propelling a magnetically-controlled, stem-cell-carrying bot through a live mouse.
Bamboo drones are just one way that local companies hope to meet Tanzania’s needs