If you need one way to get over a shopping addiction, perhaps these creepy mannequins would help keep you away from stores.
A robot joined a class of fifth graders to learn how to interact with other humans. What could possibly go wrong?
Fun fact: Super Bowl Sunday is supposedly the second most gluttonous day of the year in the US. Luckily for you, GeekBytes comes without those pesky calories.
This mini R2-D2 plays music, records messages, and listens to your commands. Sadly, it won’t fetch your dry cleaning.
A little robotic fish is able to inform you if your local waterway is clean or not.
Make yourself a kick-ass time-lapse rig using a Raspberry Pi controller and items from eBay.
It should go without saying, but boy do we love robots. No matter how big or miniscule the robot, chances are it appeared on this blog. With that in mind, it seems only natural to pay homage to some of the best robots over the last year.
A project aims to make robots not only similar to human on the outside, but on the inside too.
Our favorite robotic dog gets an update: it now follows you like any loyal companion would.
Your smartphone can control pretty much everything, and that now includes your toilet.
Want the advantage the next time you play paintball? Build a drone that also fires missiles!
Why put your back out laying bricks, when you can stand on the back of a machine and watch it do the hard work?
Toshiba will send out its newest walking robot into the damaged Fukishima Daiichi nuclear plant, and will do some snooping for us humans.
Why admire the real Mars Rover from a distance when it’s possible to make your own? Here’s a great example.
Honda researchers have built a robot that can hear and interpret various different sounds.