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  • Ecovacs Winbot7 Robot Window Cleaner

    Published by dennis February 6, 2013

    Cleaning windows can be a very challenging tasks for some people. It would really help if there is a device that might help out in cleaning them. Since there are now robot vacuums around, why not robot window cleaners for a change? This is what the Ecovacs Winbot7 Robot Window Cleaner aims to do.
    The EcovacsĀ  Winbot Robot Window Cleaner is a special robot that works to clean flat windows and mirrors for you. It co

  • Always Innovating’s MeCam Micro Quadcopter

    Published by dennis January 29, 2013

    Flying machines no longer seem to surprise most people. But what will still make them quite fascinating is how small some people can make them to be and still be a capable flying machine to travel around. Always Innovating has come up with a Micro Quadcopter along these lines with its MeCam prototype.
    The MeCam Micro Quadcopter is designed to be small, enough to fit into the palm of one’s hands. But it is des

  • Brave Robotics Transform Robot

    Published by dennis December 6, 2012

    There are many toys that transform into robots that are now available in many stores today. But from a robotic standpoint, they do not just cut it since most may function either as a robot or as a unit that it transforms into. But most of them cannot provide full functions as both. Exceptions can be made for this unique and special Brave Robotics Transform Robot model, which can function fully as a free standing hu

  • Wall Ye Robot

    Published by dennis October 2, 2012

    Versatile robots still have several years of development to go before they can be fully utilized to help humans do daily tasks. But despite that, there are now robots that can do specific jobs that may still be quite as helpful. Robots that perform specific functions still prove to be valuable that they also matter. And for the Wall Ye Robot, the task may include helping wine get to your doorstep.
    The Wall Ye is pr

  • Toyota Introduces The Human Support Robot

    Published by dennis September 25, 2012

    With the advances in robotic technology nowadays, time will come when robots would become normal personal assistants around the home. They might someday be designed to help humans in some of the mundane daily tasks such as cleaning the home, guarding it as well as helping keep the home a happy place to live in. But in some other ways, robots would be tasked to assist people in order to help them accomplish things f

  • Honda Miimo Robotic Lawn Mower

    Published by dennis August 24, 2012

    Robots are slowly finding their way into our daily lives. Although any robot revolution against humans may still be afar off, robots have finally been developed to serve people in a variety of helpful ways. There is now a robotic vacuum cleaner that automatically cleans the floor in homes with little human assistance. Then there is the robotic butler that Honda has been developing over the years in Asimo. Honda tri

  • Roachbot 2.0, Now With iPhone or iPad Controller

    Published by dennis July 4, 2012

    While cockroaches are quite disturbing pests for most people, they also sometimes become quite interesting to some. They usually have turned out to become toys to annoy people with a certain dislike for them, who may be pretty much everybody. But the fun becomes more evident having robot cockroaches that you can control using an iPhone or iPad to control it like what the Roachbot 2.0 offers.
    The Roachbot 2.0 is the

  • ApriPetit Robot Wants to Follow Conversations

    Published by kristoffer June 3, 2012

    Robots are perceived to be just as cold as their metallic parts: they only perform tasks and do not expect them to talk to you like in a conversation. Toshiba’s R&D department comes up with a robot that breaks that stereotype.
    The little ApriPetit robot, a successor to the much larger ApriPoko, stands only six inches tall but it can follow along to conversations by moving its body and eyes in ways simil

  • Mind-Controlled Robot Helps Paralyzed Woman Drink Coffee

    Published by kristoffer May 17, 2012

    We have seen how robots have been developed to help humankind and this latest one is no exception.
    Researchers at the Braingate2 consortium have developed robotic limbs that can be controlled by people with spinal cord or stroke injuries through their minds. The subjects are implanted with a chip right in the motor cortex region of their brains, enabling them to command the DEKA and DLR mechanical arms to grab obj

  • Qbo Robot Now Available

    Published by dennis April 25, 2012

    It seems that we now are slowly living in a world where robots are becoming fairly common. Soon they might just become a part of every household, just like what many futurists in the past expect them to be. But for now, household robots today remain a novelty and not usually just the fully functioning interactive humanoid that most expect them to be. Just give it a few more years and certain views may change. But f

  • Meccano Spykee WiFi Toy Robot

    Published by dennis April 3, 2012

    Kids young and old are always fascinated with robots. That is why robot toys can easily capture the attention of your kid boys whenever they see one. This Meccano Spykee WiFi Toy Robot will surely appeal to that robot-loving kid in the family, from one to 92 years old.
    The Spykee WiFi Toy Robot is a remote controlled robot that kids can assemble and form into three types of robots. It can be made into a robot, a lu

  • Smartphone Controlled Desk Pet Tankbots

    Published by dennis January 28, 2012

    With smartphones getting more popular, more and more people are trying to find other uses for it. No longer are they just used to call, send messages or go online anywhere. People have also been using smartphones to get entertained in so many different ways. This unique Smartphone Controlled Desk Pet Tankbots will provide an ideal example.
    The Smartphone Controlled Desk Pet Tankbots allow smartphones users the mean

  • Japanese Researchers Working On A 13-Foot Robot

    Published by dennis December 26, 2011

    It seems that the days of those giant robots roaming the earth is fast upon us. Well, it might sound like something that someone with paranoid tendencies may say. But then again, it is more possible now than ever since there have been huge strides made lately in the field of robotics. A Japanese company is now on its way to build a working humanoid robot standing 13 feet or 4 meters high.
    Hajime Research Institute

  • Asterisk Spider Robot Climbs Walls, Soon to Do Cartwheels

    Published by kristoffer December 20, 2011

    A team of researchers at Osaka University has developed a six-legged insect robot that can perform moves that put some humanoids to shame.
    The Asterisk robot weighs 4kg, measures 816mm wide and 78mm high. It is equipped with an acceleration sensor, gyro sensor, six touch sensors (one on each leg), three infrared sensors, and six CCD cameras. Each leg has four joints. These are arranged at a 60-degree intervals t

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