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It's always stunning to see the latest videos out of Boston Dynamics, where robotics seems 10 years ahead of anywhere else. And this time, you won't be having nightmares about Handle coming for you – you'll be thinking about exactly which warehouse jobs it's coming for first... Continue Reading Video: Boston Dynamics' dino-like Handle robot prepares to get a real job Category: Robotics T
'GACHA' will begin operating for the general public in the city of espoo in april 2019, before rolling out to hämeenlinna, vantaa, and helsinki later in the year. The post MUJI debuts a self-driving bus that can handle all weather conditions appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
We've seen a few iterations of Future Motion's Onewheel since it rolled into the urban mobility scene five years ago, but the new model introduced today is the lightest and most affordable yet. The Onewheel Pint is billed as a more manageable transport solution for city folks on the run, but saves enough space for a few new bells and whistles, too... Continue Reading Smaller, cheaper Onewh
Mobile cameras are getting more powerful all the time but the technical advancements are not only down to sensor manufacturers and camera module designers. Mobile chipsets also have to support the new imaging components and be able to process the ever increasing amounts of captured image data.As spotted in the XDA Developers forum, chipset maker Qualcomm has now updated the specs for a range of i
We once again found ourselves at the annual Colorado Winter Driving Encounter put on by our friends at Rocky Mountain Redline. The event pit eight vehicles from various manufacturers against the snow and elements of Colorado's high country in the winter. The results were both fun and informative... Continue Reading How do everyday drives handle the snow and ice in Colorado’s high country?
Ideally, items that you carry with you every day will be light and compact, and the new Prylobite from North Carolina's Pangea Designs certainly ticks those boxes. The small steel blade weighs no more than a handful of coins and packs up neatly thanks to a friction folding design, which incorporates a couple of handy innovations to take this utensil into multi-tool territory... Continue Re
An MIT team is working on a new aiming system that will allow CubeSats to use lasers for high-bandwidth communications with Earth. The new laser-pointing platform uses a second directional beam to keep the primary data beam on focus, allowing the CubeSat to transmit large amounts of data without the need for heavy antennae or wasting propellant... Continue Reading Lasers help keep CubeSats
Pearl Abyss, parent company of EVE Online dev CCP Games, has set up its first North American office. ...
Benro has launched the RedDog R1, its new 3-axis gimbal stabilizer with a swivel handle that supports two usage modes: upright and carry. A button on the stabilizer's handle enables users to rapidly switch from upright to carry mode for shots at waist height and lower. When not in use, the R1's handle collapses for enhanced portability.The RedDog R1 features a CNC-machined body and support for ca
In photographer Thomas Heaton’s latest video, there are a couple of particularly interesting and separate topics covered. Firstly, in Heaton’s previous video, he was photographing a picturesque scene when people walked into his composition and didn’t move before the nice light was gone. Some of his viewers commented that he should have asked them to move. In his new video, seen is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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