From Studio diip : “Fish on Wheels” has been developed so fish can steer their tank into a certain direction. Our pet fish have always been limited to their water holding area known as “the fish tank”. In an attempt to liberate fish all over the world, the first self driving car for fish has been developed. This car moves by detecting the fish’s position with computer vision. Up until now driving vehicles has been limited to mankind only (excluding a handful of autonomous vehicles driven by computers), but now your pet fish can also put the pedal to the metal. A prototype version of ”Fish on Wheels” has been constructed using a standard webcam, a battery powered Beagleboard and an Arduino controlled robot vehicle. Using the contrast of the fish with the bottom of the fish tank his position is determined and used to send commands to the Arduino for moving the car into that direction.
Yaskawa Motoman selected Goodwill Easter Seals Yaskawa Motoman IMPACT Corporate Giving Program Reinforces Commitment to CommunityMiami Valley as its first partner.
Unmanned aerial logistics system would bypass ground-based threats and enable faster, more effective delivery of cargo and other essential services in hard-to-reach areas
Costa Mesa, CA Rapid Prototyping Experts at Mina Product Development Display New Products at the Medical Device and Manufacturing West Conference
Rapid prototyping firm with a strong history in medical manufacturing and design takes its products and services to the Medical Device and Manufacturing West show in Anaheim, CA.
Anaheim Automation's recent addition to their Brush DC Gearmotor product line includes a worm gearbox configuration, providing more depth and versatility to their already broad line of spur and planetary gearboxes.
CarePoint Health's $2.5 million investment brings state-of-the-art technology to Jersey City.
Comau will provide Elio Motors with powertrain and automated assembly systems to build its revolutionary three-wheel, high efficiency vehicle.
Allows 3-D Simulation and Programming of up to 16 Robots
QinetiQ North America Awarded Two IT and Software Development Services Task Orders for U.S. General Services Administration's Public Buildings Service
The Enterprise Data Repository Management (EDRM) System and Building Information Modeling (BIM) Server Support task orders have a combined value of $15 million over a period of 6 years.
Advanced Motion Controls announces the release of 4 new EtherCAT Z-Drives to expand on the existing DZEANTU-020B080 EtherCAT node drives and the DZSANTU-020B080 sub-node drives.
Midwest Engineering Systems is now being represented by On Point Solutions, a dynamic business, providing the best in class manufacturing process solutions and equipment for OEM and job shop metal fabricators.
Queensland Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) researchers have made what's believed to be a world-first breakthrough for small Unmanned Aircraft (UA), developing an onboard system that has enabled a UA to detect another aircraft using vision while in flight.
Ekso Bionics Holdings, Inc., a robotic exoskeleton company, today announced that it completed its private placement offering as part of its January 15, 2014 announced alternative public offering ("APO"). Shares of the Company's common stock are currently quoted on the OTC Markets under the symbol "EKSO."
Unique start-up delay feature reduces false trips and downtime
Zero pressure accumulation solutions help control product flow on conveyors
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