Pizza. From the skies. Think about it. It really doesn't get any better than this and Domino's knows it.
Warrior Web program aims to deliver a lightweight under-suit that can reduce injuries and enhance performance.
Not everyone knows how to design a Lego robot from scratch, but with BrickPi, the process could be much easier.
Woodenshark's Lightpack aims to use ambient backlight to essentially extend your HDTV or monitor's screen, and make it safer on the eyes at the same time.
Chef Sleeve's Smart Food Scale
SOINN powers a robot that can think, learn and act independently. SOINN can now new things through the Internet. Halp.
Coralbots aim to be a team of robots that navigate across a damaged coral reef and transplant pieces of healthy coral in the process.
Don't have the millions it takes to buy the 13-foot-tall Kuratas rideable robot? If you're small enough, you could have this mecha instead.
Over the years, scientists have taken cues from just about everything in the animal kingdom to make robots. This time, they're taking a page out of the sea turtle's book.
If you suffer from a fear of cockroaches, you may want to look away from Dash Robotics' creation.
Robots are being made for all kinds of situations these days including mundane tasks like changing tires.
What better way to make use of a spare robot arm than to turn into something that dispenses alcohol?
An automaton that can sketch out a photo of you on your next coffee? Sure!
Created by five undergraduates at the Franklin W.Olin College of Engineering, this is an automated pen that writes calligraphy better than you. Like, really.
We keep talking about how the end is inevitably going to come in the shape of giant, autonomous mechas with a hatred for mankind. As such, it can be easy to forget that machines can be friendly—so friendly, in fact, that they'll make you the perfect white Russian every time and not even ask for your number.
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