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…
We will teach our twisted speech to the young believers We will train our blue-eyed men to be young believers [Working for the clampdown, The Clash] The world and his dog may already have seen this viral video. But let’s hope the dog doesn’t get any ideas about forming a pack with these fearsome robots. Is it only me that ...
This one is worthy of attention for a whole host of reasons. Not only is a young Gadget Master successfully punching well-above his weight, his original development of Lego’s Mindstorms EV3 robotics kit is now being used to provide a low-cost Braille printer. The BBC has reported that the 13-year-old from San Jose has caught the eye of Intel, no ...
One for students readers of Gadget Master, maybe, from Imagination. The company is hosting a MIPS developer day featuring a robot programming challenge.