If you see this strange robot lurking in coastal waters, an actual shark probably isn't far away either.
Put your brushes and pencils down! The e-David robot’s monochrome art is akin to the Mona Lisa…sort of.
This impressive hydraulic robot can balance itself and move with the same fluidity as humans.
This camera uses extra-fast tilting motions to perfectly center a fast moving object as though it’s a snail.
Revive the Terminator films by rebuilding relentless machine for yourself—out of Lego.
Forget Lomography cameras: Check out this DIY lensed pinhole camera that takes 20 photos simultaneously in a shot.
As far as the robot acrobatics go, forget the little robot that can pirouette around a horizontal bar. Instead, turn your attentions to RHex, the six-legged robot that can jump reasonably far for a machine of its size.
The world's tiniest robot can take off and fly perfectly, thanks to engineers at Harvard University.
Well, this is it, guys. Here’s where humans really do start become obsolete. We’re now building robots that can not only play sports, but can learn how to play better using a artificial brain that works like a human's.
If you’ve ever felt some kind of emotion towards a robot, it’s possibly because your brain treats them similarly to how it treats humans.
If spelling isn’t your strong suit, be wary of this robot that can write out any word.
If you want your robot to replicate a spider perfectly, take a few tips from the six-legged hexapod named Charlotte.
Installing solar panels on your roof can be a great way to reduce your carbon footprint, and they can save you money in the long run. Of course, they can also build up dirt and dust, which can negatively impact their efficiency and power-generating capabilities. What's a homeowner to do? Let a robot do the dirty work, of course.
This amphibious robot can move around thanks to an advanced digital network.
If you have a grudge, let BigDog protect you with its block-hurling ability.
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