A real-life holodeck could be realized thanks to the TRANSFORM table, which tracks your movements and generates new shapes and surfaces on the fly. Continue reading →
The robot could someday provide emergency surgery in space.
Glaucus, the latest addition in a new breed of soft robots, hopes to lend a squishy hand to medical and engineering applications. Continue reading →
This week we focus on the future, when the world is flooded, when fossil fuels are defunct and when robots do the heavy-lifting.
HyQ, a four-legged robot, is smarter and more autonomous than ever.
Jason Barnes' robotic prosthesis allows him to play just as well, or better, than any other drummer. Continue reading →
How could any driver not stop for this? Continue reading →
Sensors measure and convert the tension from artificial tendons into an electrical current that nerves in this man's arm receive and interpret. Continue reading →
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