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InMoov Explorer Allows Hospitalized Children To “Travel”

01/15/2015, When a child is hospitalized, there are many different reasons for being there in the first place. However, there are always solutions out there to make sure that said child can be entertained, and instead of being glued to the TV all day long, how about...

Snake Monster Robot Could Audition For Facehugger Role

01/13/2015, Researchers over at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have successfully come up with a new robot that will feature half a dozen legs, and it looks pretty much like an arachnid (although spiders have eight legs) in the manner that it walks – and will...

FAA, CNN Collaborate In Research For Drone Use

01/13/2015, Using a drone without the proper license could land you in trouble in certain parts of the world – and there is still plenty of work to be done in the regulation of the use of drones, of course. Still, it is nice to know that some progress has been...

Cuttlefish Inspires Robot To Move In A Similar Manner

01/13/2015, There is nothing quite like gaining inspiration from nature – and the same applies to this particular robot, in which you will be able to realize from the video above that its movement have been inspired by none other than the humble cuttlefish....

Droid Captures Scientific Station From Above

01/11/2015, It might be winter for some, but over at the Princess Elisabeth scientific station, which is located right on the Utsteinen Ridge in Antarctica, it happens to be summer. Still, even though it might be summer, it is no cakewalk to survive in that...

Robot Gets Artistic By The Beach

01/08/2015, Robots do come in all shapes and sizes, performing tasks impeccably (including playing and winning at Texas hold ‘em poker), but this particular one would actually be able to draw doodles on a beach – and I am not referring to tiny drawings,...

Robot Deemed “Unbeatable” In Texas Hold ‘Em Poker

01/08/2015, Robots can be pretty cool in the various tasks that they perform, and on the other hand, they can be terrifying, too, especially when they are being so efficient at what they do. Here is a robot that is so adept at playing Texas hold ‘em poker, so much...

Hubsan X4 Pro Drone Can Parachute To Safety

01/07/2015, [CES 2015] Drones, drones everywhere! When you think about it, drones are a marvel of engineering – not only do they need to be lightweight enough to get around on a relatively small (and hopefully quiet) motor which is more often than not powered...

Zano Drone Jumps Aboard The Selfie Bandwagon

01/05/2015, [CES 2015] We did talk about the Zano drone before, right before Christmas, and this is one micro drone that is meant to be a flying prototype with the ability to capture selfies. Being marketed for a summer release this year, Torquing Group happens to be...

Robot Arm Plays Pong With Aplomb

01/05/2015, [CES 2015] Would you prefer to face a robot apocalypse, or to have the world overrun with zombies? I think the latter would be a whole lot manageable – after all, robots are ruthlessly efficient, and more importantly, they happen to have the kind of...

Move ‘N See’s Pixio Can Track Your Movements And Record You

01/04/2015, [CES 2015] One of the reasons why action photographers love fast lenses is that it allows them to snap photos quickly and to capture that perfect image where a boxer’s fist connects to the face of his/her opponent, or where the basketball is dunked, or...

Parrot’s senseFly Unveils eXom Quadcopter

01/04/2015, [CES 2015] If you love your drone/quadcopters, you might be pleased to learn that at CES 2015, Parrot’s senseFly has unveiled the eXom quadcopter. This is a drone that comes with a host of sensors that will allow it to fly more efficiently as well as...