Circuit Cubes creates little blocks that bring life to your LEGOs, Mega Bloks, things found in the recycling or a variety of other building toys. We met with co-founder John Schuster to learn about these little motorized toys and tried firsthand building one of their kits with a friend.
Robots, TechCrunch folk, and good times happened at TC Sessions Robotics this past Friday from Zellerbach hall at UC Berkeley. Come along on Tito Hamze’s journey as he takes you on his experience of the event. From Boston Dynamics Spot mini robot to SuitX presenting their exoskeleton it’s fun the whole family can enjoy.
A recap of TC Sessions: Robotics at UC Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall.
After 26 years, Boston Dynamics is finally getting ready to start selling some robots. Founder Marc Raibert says that the company’s dog-like SpotMini robot is in pre-production and preparing for commercial availability in 2019. The announcement came onstage at TechCrunch’s TC Sessions: Robotics event today at UC Berkeley. Read more: https://techcrunch.com/2018/05/11/boston-dynamics-will-start-selling-its-dog-like-spotmini-robot-in-2019/
Boston Dynamics’ Marc Raibert shows off exclusive footage of the Atlas robot. It runs, can move boxes, and much much more.
In this edition of Makers, John Biggs travelled to his alma mater city Pittsburgh, PA to check out the company Bossa Nova Robotics. They are taking work pioneered by researcher Prof. Ralph Hollis and his Ballbot a step further. mObi is a personal robot that will help one-on-one at airports, museums or in the home. […]
Bill Gates, co-founder Microsoft and the world’s second richest person had earlier been indicating a potential threat to humans’ jobs and that is artificial intelligence (AI), having its vast applications in every field of living. As of now, Gates has recently appeared in an interview and said that artificial intelligence is coming to replace some […]
Meet Ziro, a robotics kit that lets you build all sorts of vehicles using a few motors, cardboard and your imagination. You can attach the motors to anything and control your robots using a smart glove or voice commands with an Amazon Echo.
Sphero spinoff Misty Robotics launches a robot for programmers. The startup also plans to release its first robot for the home later this year
Not just a vehicle or a robot, Loomo can be your robo companion.