The adorable hitch-hiking robot ended its summer trip across the U.S. after only 300 miles, destroyed by vandals outside of Philly. Continue reading →
Just like in real life, teamwork is a better solution for getting two jobs done at once.
By using its head and tail as legs, this robot can stand up and walk around.
An untethered robot sprinted up to 10 mph, cleared a hurdle and kept on running. Continue reading →
A silicone rubber robot still functions in subzero temperatures, high winds, methane flames and acid.
Bi-pedal robots use sensor-equipped poles to steady themselves.
A little robot acts as a scout, testing terrain for the big guy.
The bot is designed to learn a ship's layout, move around autonomously and see through smoke. Continue reading →
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