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Robochop : piloter des robots d’usine via Internet

This interactive installation by design studio Kram/Weisshaar allows users to remotely control a robotic arms that sculpt foam cubes into furniture pieces

Un étudiant chinois et une équipe de chez Sony ont imaginé une imprimante assez spéciale : qui permet d’imprimer une odeur sur une petite carte.

Scent-Capturing Postcard Printer by Li Jingxuan for Sony : Interactive postcards take a new form with the innovation of scent-capturing technology. Developed by Chinese designer Li Jinxuan, the system works by.

Every now and then, we stumble across a robotics project that just makes our hearts melt. Shanshan Zhou, Adam Ben-Dror, and Joss Doggett used Processing, Arduino, and OpenCV to create Pinokio, a robotic lamp that calls to mind Pixar's bouncing mascot

Real-life Pixar lamp interacts with humans and is totally adorable

MIT robot arm corrects colorful block-related mishaps (video)

We've been traveling around the country the past week, checking out some of the latest goings-on in the wide world of robotics.

Un humanoïde pour aider les nageurs à battre des records

Swumanoid swimming android robot from Tokyo Tech will help athletes swim faster

Robots To Prune French Vineyards

A French engineer has designed a robot for pruning vineyards.

Wired : "Engineers plan to upload bee brains to flying robots

Engineers from the universities of Sheffield and Sussex are planning on scanning the brains of bees and uploading them into autonomous flying robots that will then fly and act like the real thing.

Mind controlled android robot | Machines Like Us

Researchers at the CRNS-AIST Joint Robotics Laboratory, are working on ways to control robots via thought alone. From the video: "Basically we would like to create devices which would allow people to feel embodied, in the body of a humanoid robot.

Control This Small Helicopter With Your Brain [VIDEO]

Puzzlebox is raising funds for Puzzlebox Orbit: Brain-Controlled Helicopter on Kickstarter! Puzzlebox Orbit is an educational toy that combines a brain-controlled helicopter with open hardware, software, and teaching material