A startup’s first toy is terrific fun and a technological tour de force — as long as you can live with the high price and …
It’s 2013 and we’re still parking our own cars. There’s GOT to be a better way!
Anki’s eclectic experiment, dubbed Anki Drive, resembles a slot cars game — one that happens to conceal advanced robotics wizardry.
Well, it looks like we can draw a big, fat, red line through “run over a pile of rocks” and “knock it off-balance with a 20-pound weight” on our list of ways to escape when a humanoid robot’s chasing after you.
The whole process actually takes longer than a second, but the headline has to make you feel like if you didn’t click on it you’d be missing out on something incredible.
These guys are unboxing the same model robot our own Matt Peckham referred to as the lovechild of Johnny Five and a flayed T-800.
RoboThespian not only tells jokes, but can apparently read the audience’s reaction and use the data to improve its timing.
If you have windows so large that you’re considering this $400 window-washing robot, congratulations on all your success.
I, for one, would like to see this robot built as big as a human.
Interactive e-skin can detect pressure changes
Atlas is coming to get–I mean, SAVE you.
For those of you keeping score, this is what happens when Rory McIlroy and a sass-talking robot hit golf balls at washing machines.