Posts Tagged ‘robots’

Man vs. Machine Air-hockey

Check out how fluid this robot’s motion is – impressive. Robotics technology feels like it’s starting to progress more rapidly. I’m guessing advancements in computer technology (smaller and faster processors) is making it easier to develop more complex and smaller robots.


HPI Robot

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Sweet! HPI (Japanese Company), popular for their R/C cars, is preparing to release a DIY robot kit. Movie 1, Movie 2

The G-Robots GR-001, like the holy diver himself, stands just 8.9-inches and 1.99-pounds wrapped in a skin of high-impact resin. Assembly takes about 2 hours after which this walker can be programmed from your computer via old-school RS232 and controlled via a 2.4GHz wireless remote. Let’s just hope it comes with a USB-to-serial adapter for the required ¥199,980 or about $1,018 of that god fearin’ green. Uh, azphinctersezwhat? – Engadget


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