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This 100-square-foot tiny cabin was designed by Cornell professors using reject trees, 3D printers, and a robot arm they found on eBay
The design uses ash trees infected with an invasive beetle species that are not suitable for sawmills.
Recently, the robot has also been used to enforce social distancing in Singapore, and to screen COVID-19 pateints at a Boston hospital.
Shan Wighton wrote programs allowing the hoop to track the ball and move the backboard to get the ball in the basket.
There’s a new competitor in the world of eerily lifelike four-legged robots — take a closer look at Unitree’s robot dogs
Videos and specs from the company show how fast the new robots are.
How people are using 3D printing to fight equipment shortages, from tech companies to a high school robotics team making 400 face masks a day
3D-printing technology offers novel ways for organizations outside of medicine to help fight the coronavirus.
The company behind the robot kicked out of a New York park has a new version that it says can screen people for COVID-19
A new robot may be able to take visitors' temperatures and screen people for coronavirus symptoms before they enter a building.
From barely walking to gymnastics routines: 10 years of Boston Dynamics robots’ terrifying progress is an eye-opening look at a robot-dominated ...
In 2009, robots developed by Boston Dynamics were barely able to walk. In 2019, they were doing somersaults.
This robot wanders New York City informing people about coronavirus, but it’s already been banned from one park
The robot reportedly surveyed 300 people, and no one showed symptoms of COVID-19. So far it has been seen around Times Square and Bryant Park.
We took a look at 10 of the biggest tech developments in retail that could make shopping faster, easier, and more personalized.
Toyota is building a 175-acre smart city in Japan where residents will test out tech like AI, robotics, and smart homes. Here’s what the ‘...
To start, the city will have a population of 2,000 Toyota employees, their families, retired couples, retailers, and scientists.