littleBits Announces littleBits Education to Empower 21st-Century Learning in K-20 Institutions, Launches First 1:1 Program
littleBits Education Offers Products Across Spectrum to Help Schools Integrate STEM/STEAM, and Marymount School of New York Marks First 1:1 Integration
Robotics Competition boasts 5 million USD prizes for teams who complete complicated tasks
Fortune 100 Executive Writes Business Transformation Strategy Book for Today's New Technology Paradigms.
Emoshape - Emotional Processing Unit Microchip Breakthrough Has Given Emotional Awareness to 500 Artificial Intelligent Devices
This technology will essentially allow a robotic pet to create a completely unique personality depending on a number of factors, which will ultimately mean that no two have the exact same personality.
Brain Corporation Launches Free and Premium Software Platforms Dedicated to Development of Robotic Applications
BrainOS and BrainOS Pro provide central software framework addressing technical and business challenges of robotics development
Sixth day of euRathlon 2015 - euRathlon 2015 Grand Challenge - Part 2 25 September 2015, Piombino, Italy. View euRathlon 2015 Grand Challenge - Part 1. Day Five View euRathlon 2015 Challenge: Two-domain Scenarios. Day Four. View euRathlon 2015 Challenge: Two Domain Trials - Day Th ree View euRathlon 2015 Challenge: Single Domain Trials - Day Two View euRathlon 2015 Challenge: Single-domain trials - Day One
The target company brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to Great Rock as it is an established leader in the Automation Industry and has the technological reach to target several vertical markets.
Indiegogo - Meet Andbot, a Social Robot That Will Change The Way You View Robots, Launches on Indiegogo
Andbot, the CP30-like humanoid robot that can handle daily household activities and protect your home all at the same time. With the flexible down-payment option and Own-A-Robot programs, owning a robot has never been this easy, exclusively on Indiegogo.
The purpose of ROAR is to demonstrate how we, in the very near future, will use smart machines to assist with a broad range of activities in society.
More than 50,000 Students Worldwide Use "Game-Changing" Technology to Tackle New FIRST Tech Challenge Game, FIRST RES-Q
5,000+ Teams of Students to Use New Java-Based Android Platform Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 Processor During 2015/16 Season
By Corinne Iozzio for Scientific American: Hong Kong–based WowWee's success stems from bringing university research projects to life that might otherwise languish in the prototype stage. A licensing agreement with the Flow Control and Coordinated Robotics Labs at the University of California, San Diego, for example, provides WowWee with access to patents and the labs with a healthy cash infusion. The collaboration has already netted a series of toy robots that balance like Segways. More recently, the avionics lab at Concordia University in Montreal began working with the company to perfect flight algorithms for a four-rotor drone. Next, chief technology officer Davin Sufer says he has his eye on the Georgia Institute of Technology and its work with swarming behaviors, which would allow a group of robots to function in tandem. In the case of Switchbot, WowWee adapted a locomotion system developed in part by former U.C. San Diego student Nick Morozovsky. The robot moves on tank-tread legs either horizontally to navigate uneven terrain or on end to stand and scoot fully upright. Morozovsky built his prototype with off-the-shelf parts, including a set of $50 motors. The motors were a compromise; each one had the size and torque he wanted but not the speed. Over the past few years he has worked with WowWee to customize a motor with the exact parameters needed and to cut the final cost of the part down to single digits. That back and forth yields low-cost, mass-producible parts, which means university-level robotics could become available to everyday people. “One of the reasons I went into mechanical engineering was so I could create real things that have a direct impact,” Morozovsky says. “I didn't expect that to necessarily happen in the process of grad school.” Cont'd...
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Neato Robot Vacuums need powerful batteries to clean an entire house on one charge, and new lithium batteries last four times as long as old NiMH batteries. Consumers who do the math make the more economical choice by choosing lithium batteries.
From 7Bot's Kickstarter campaign: In 2014, two of us co-founded project uArm with other two makers. There we received a lot of feedback from our Angel backers: More axis for more powerful applications, and more controlling dimensions (force control, speed control and flexible-joint). More rugged material rather than Acrylic, muscular servos hardly to be burned out. More intelligent API. Better inverse kinematics and path planning algorithms to make the movement more precise and smooth. More accessories and various of end-effectors. Our custom servos with precise position feedback allow you to quickly set it up and operate in teaching mode without any codes. In this mode, you can simply drag each joint of the robot to a serious of desired way points. The movements will be recorded, and could be replayed in an optimized path. A multi-platform supported 3D visualization application will be provided for you to manipulate the 7Bot Arm intuitively. With our 3D visualization application, you can easily set and read the position of each joint separately with real-time graphic interface. If you have two 7Bot Arms, you can build this amazing Humanoid robot -7Bot Arm Dual: Estimated shipping date is January 2015... (7Bot's Kickstarter campaign)
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ST Robotics have decades of experience in industrial robots having sold hundreds of robots over the years. The company has 3 main models, R12, R17 and R19 all using a unique simple industrial technology that dramatically reduces costs resulting in the lowest priced industrial robots available. The same uncomplicated technology vastly improves reliability. ST backs this up with a 2 year warranty. Typical applications are routine testing, sample handling and also education. The software is a different paradigm from most robots. It is command based; you type a command and see immediate action. Programming is a building block approach, building confidence as you program in small 'mind-sized bytes'. ST offers free unlimited technical support.