Jason Barnes started playing drums at the age of 15, but after losing the bottom half of his right arm in an accident he thought his dreams of becoming a professional musician were over.
Sat 8 Mar 14 from The Independent
Robots might not be in line to take over the world from us humans (yet), but this does not mean that they are not biding their time. After all, robots have certainly helped us out in the industrialization ...
12 hours ago from Ubergizmo
Humanoid robots are not just the stuff of science fiction: these computing devices are likely to be walking around our streets in the next decade.
Wed 5 Mar 14 from Phys.org
Today, we're one step closer to fully-functional robotic exoskeletons. Engineers in italy have created the world's most complex wearable robot - an exoskeleton known as the "Body Extender." ...
Wed 5 Mar 14 from InventorSpot
Lamps that walk. It's the future
Wed 26 Feb 14 from IEEE Spectrum
Digital Construct A computer-controlled strip of LEDs attached to Phillip Burgess's bike created this eerie brick wall as he rode by. Justin Ellis After bright lights fade in the dark, ...
Mon 3 Mar 14 from Popular Science
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Copters can arrange in formation and coordinate flight patterns without central control.
Wed 26 Feb 14 from Nature News
Can giant robots with a deep voice and massive arms be the answer to easing traffic chaos in the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo?
Thu 27 Feb 14 from Phys.org
An Iranian teacher has come up with an innovative way of encouraging young children to say their daily prayers – by designing a robot to present religious practice to his students in the classroom.
Wed 26 Feb 14 from The Independent
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