Relaxing summertime viewing of a 80s era Kuka robot being taken apart and dissected (20 parts total).
Intel describes Jimmy as a research robot, but a less sophisticated version of the adorable droid will go on sale later this year for $1,600. The caveat is that you will have to 3D print your Jimmy. The 3D printing blueprints will be available without charge, but to construct the robot you will also need to purchase a kit from Intel that will contain all the parts of Jimmy that aren't printable, including motors and an Intel Edison processor.. (cont'd)
EcoMachines Incubator announces investment in Q-BOT, a robotics company at the forefront of transformation of the building industry
ELASTx Stretches Potential for Future Communications Technologies with Fully Integrated All-Silicon "System on a Chip" Transmitter
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