The classic 1950s sci-fi film that spawned an unnecessary remake in 2008. Its cult status is unquestionable, so where does it succeed where it’s remake failed?
Archive for August, 2009
HOAP-1 was Fujitsu’s first humanoid robot developed specifically as a research platform for businesses and universities.
Takeji Nakagawa creates incredible robots, characters, and objects out of wood using a time-honored traditional process.
Dasatech’s Genibo is a robotic dog similar to SONY’s Aibo, though it costs around half as much.
G4 featured an update from Plastic Pals about Carnegie Mellon University’s research on ASIMO and the HRP-2 Promet humanoid robots.
Konami’s unique use of an embedded solar sensor can make this action-adventure title frustrating, but any annoyances are ultimately worth it to experience one of the best GameBoy Advance titles ever made.
A few of AIBO’s knock-offs, from the good to the very, very bad.
NEC’s R100 was developed in 1997 to break through the barriers dividing people and computers. Some people are unable to use a computer because they are too young, too old, or simply computer illiterate. A personal robot gives them access to some of the life-changing innovations that computers made possible, without the need for keyboards or special training.