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When most people picture swarms of collaborating robots, they generally think of applications such as search and rescue operations. A new study, however, suggests that such swarms could also be used to help artists put paint to canvas.Continue ReadingCategory: Robotics, TechnologyTags: Georgia Tech, Swarm Robotics, Paint, Art
Mike Rose, founder of Descenders and Hypnospace Outlaw publisher No More Robots talks about his approach to data-driven indie marketing and publishing, and what he looks for when signing new games. ...
Underwater robots that operate autonomously could find use in all kinds of areas, from studying the ocean to the exploration of other planets. Scientists at Purdue University have developed a type of mobile docking station that not only enables these machines to stop by for a recharge, but offload their data at the same time, offering a way for them to operate for far longer periods without human
As amazing as VR can be, nothing breaks the immersion like putting your hand right through a wall. While some teams are using haptics to simulate the sense of touch, a new study has a clever alternative – robots that move physical furniture around, so there’s a real chair or wall waiting for you.Continue ReadingCategory: Virtual Reality, TechnologyTags: Virtual, Virtual Reality, VR, Oculus, Robot
Mike Rose, founder of Descenders and Hypnospace Outlaw publisher No More Robots, has put together a fascinating Twitter thread detailing his experiences on the Nintendo Switch eShop. ...
Descenders publisher No More Robots and the Game Devs of Color Expo (GDoC Expo) have joined forces to launch a $75,000 Grant Program.  ...
COBE was created based on a pre-existing robotic arm, completely redesigned in order to communicate efficiently through lights and movements. The post COBE industrial collaborative being might better the relationship between humans & robots appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
There are now several robots that are designed to accompany and assist ground-based army troops. Those machines could soon have a new ability – detecting changes in the environment that may be missed by soldiers.Continue ReadingCategory: Robotics, TechnologyTags: US Army Research Laboratory, LIDAR, UC San Diego
Today’s robots are already capable of some incredible feats, whether that be herding sheep in New Zealand or delivering medical supplies in Rwanda. One way they could reach even greater heights is if some of their structural materials doubled as energy storage, much like fat in animals. Scientists have now demonstrated this approach with a multifunctional battery that doubles as the structural ma
The US Army is developing a conversational interface that allows two-way dialogue between soldiers and autonomous robotic systems. Being developed by researchers from the US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command’s Army Research Laboratory and the University of Southern California’s Institute for Creative Technologies, the Joint Understanding and Dialogue Interface (JUDI) is designed to red 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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