First 3D-printed, open-source humanoid robot

Watch this incredible time-lapse of the world’s first 3D-printed, open-source humanoid robot leap into life starter parts.

Full story: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn25756

via New Scientist.


Tiny Drones Deliver Bird’s Eye Views Of Hurricanes

Remote controlled aerial vehicle that gathers facts on approaching storms. More information on this story at http://www.insidescience.org/content/tiny-drones-deliver-birds-eye-view-hurricanes/1671

via Inside Science.


Paralyzed Exoskeleton Wearer To Make World Cup First Kick

The robotic exoskeleton is brain controlled and will be worn by a paraplegic volunteer. The technology is made possible by basic research funding from NSF.

via Live Science Videos.


Meet Titanoboa, the Giant Robot Snake

We encounter Titanoboa, a 50-foot long mechanical snake built by the makers at the Canadian design collective eatArt. This remote-controlled snake weighs over a ton, and even has a saddle for brave adventurers to mount. Just listen to the sound it makes when it moves!

via Tested.


Robots - Science Cafe - Studium Generale

In dit Science Cafe komen twee sprekers aan het woord die vertellen over robots en de impact hiervan op ons leven, nu en in de toekomst.

duur: 01:41:05

door University of Twente.