US robotics firm Boston Dynamics updates its “high mobility, humanoid robot designed to negotiate outdoor, rough terrain”.
Robot Wars battles its way back to UK screens this year, with Bluetooth on hand to help. Martin Woolley, Technical programme manager of the Bluetooth SIG, is among those awaiting the return! Robot Wars is making a return to UK screens after a 12 year holiday, news that understandably was met with much joy from fans worldwide, and Bluetooth is ...
It’s a competitive space, modular programming elements for kids, but check out this new entry: the Robo Wunderkind robot. It’s a robotics and coding kit for “kids of all ages”, described as “the smartest building blocks”. Build, code, and play is the slogan. You build your robot simply by snapping the Robo Wunderkind blocks together and then programme your robot ...
Using drones to build things in the real world. It makes sense! Check out the video below.
Let’s file this one under Humour. It’ll make you smile, I’m sure.
More food for thought about robots. Thinking you can relax and dismiss their threat? Well, take a look this.
I like this one. A 3D-printed robotic lamp whose light follows you around the room!
It self-folds, walks and even swims – then recycles itself when its job is done.
Using a system devised by an MIT research team, underwater robots - which look strikingly like missiles - can now help themselves plan out a mission, choosing which locations to explore, in what order, within a given timeframe.
Ah, the hand-written note. Nib and ink impressed upon paper with a characteristic style, bespeaking earnest labour and a communication bestowed with effort and time…