Showing posts with the label robot

CMU: Snakebots

Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh (CMU) has been working on some creepy, sneaky but way cool Snakebots and have a video to demonstrate how it can be used:

NYU Student Conducts Most Adorable Robot Experiment Ever

NYU Student Conducts Most Adorable Robot Experiment Ever... Ever! Would people help out something odd but friendly looking and enable it to complete its journey? A small smiley robot was created that cold only move forward and its flag would list its destination. Results: people in NYC (!) helped the little Tweenbot to reach its destination safely on ALL occasions!


I don't like Soccer, but I think the RoboCup is cool and I love nanotechnology. So 2 years ago, some got the idea put the two together. It worked! Now we have: Nanosoccer!!!

Soccer bots, operated by remote-controlled magnetic fields and electric signals, slide discs around instead of a ball on a field 30x30 mm. Humans view the competition through a microscope!

Wall-climbling robot scales nearly any building material