The BionicSoftHand prosthesis developed by Festo, a German manufacturer, looks exactly like a real hand. The invention not only feels like a real hand, but it also simulates the mechanisms of its interaction with the human brain.\n
According to a report from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, their Cheetah robot has learned to do back flips and get up after falls. Earlier, it also learned to accelerate up to 45.5 km/h, surpassing Usain Bolt himself.
Despite all the talk of optimizing work processes and reducing bureaucracy, paperwork still takes up a significant portion of our time. A robot created by startup Ripcord can put an end to this problem once and for all.
Popular delivery service FedEx announced the development of their own delivery robot, following in the footsteps of Starship Technologies and Amazon. Robot delivery is moving from the domain of science fiction into real life right before our eyes.
Digit is a robot that was developed by US company Agility Robotics. The robot is a direct competitor of Atlas by Boston Dynamics - a device that can do somersaults and other acrobatic tricks.
Space has always fascinated people. Even in antiquity, travelers learned to navigate by the stars. The first detailed map of the stars dates back to 140 AD. However, many sources claim that astronomy...
Smart speakers are so yesterday. If you really want to impress someone in 2019, you need something remarkable. Peeqo, a robot that speaks exclusively in short videos and animated pictures, would be a perfect choice.
Researches have got an insight into the navigation method the Sahara desert ants use: the search for the right path is complicated.\n
Leonardo is a case when wildlife inspired robotics. We wrote about an insect robot in one of our previous materials but this time, we will talk about a bird robot. Birds have quite delicate and gangly legs....
Researchers from Sweden have created new-generation prosthesis. It serves as a nearly complete replacement for a lost limb.
«Picoh» - a new machine created by startup Ohbot – can perform a variety of tasks. There’s just one catch: it needs to be taught first.\n
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is famous for extensive research in the emerging field of robotics. This time, they taught a robot to play Jenga.