I wrote an article about MIT’s unique camera and projector system, which was published at Gizmag. Read it here.
Archive for the 'MIT' Category
Four robot videos: Vstone Tichno appears in a television commercial, a Segway-like vehicle developed in China, a balancing experiment using the tail of MIT’s Cheetah, and a nice summary of the Mars rover Curiosity.
The researchers at the German Aerospace Center love their robot Justin so much they even spend some of their free time playing with it. Take this video, for example, of Justin performing the iconic dance moves seen in the diner scene from Pulp Fiction. Now if they would just connect Justin’s torso to that pair […]
A look at two of the cheetah-inspired quadrupeds competing in DARPA’s M3 program.
Some of the do’s and don’ts of fire-fighting robots.
A historic deal with South Korea paves the way for humanoid robots in the United States.
A bio-inspired ostrich that can run at speeds in excess of 20 mph that, conceptually, looks quite a bit like robots from a popular video game franchise.
An overview of MIT’s socially intelligent interactive robot head, Kismet.