It's easy to forget how amazing the dexterity and anatomy of our own hands are-until you learn how difficult they are to replicate for machines. MIT has made big strides in robotic hands this year, and now it's published a new one.
Roombas are, presumably, very cool. Sharing a home with a black lab, a white Persian and a lot of rugs with tassels means I would not know. Roombas are for people with wall to wall carpets. Or rugs sans the tassles.
There is something eerie about dark silhouettes of four musicians standing against the backdrop screens of bomb blasts, set to slow motion. But from the moment Romy Croft plucks out the first notes on her Les Paul, the badass combination of pop and electric
Image: Victoria WebsterIf you've ever enjoyed those horror movies that involve organ harvesting, you may be pleased to know that scientists are one step closer to using organic matter to power robots. Sea slugs are getting first honors though.
Scientists from Case Western Reserve University
In the past few years, we've seen great leaps in the digital technology. Smartphone, tablets, laptops, drones, robotic machines, etc., have revolutionized the way we live currently. And with the advancement in the field of technology, we could soon lead a life like what
Most drones aren't particularly scary. Aside from maybe gashing you open if they crash into you, there's not much harm they can do. Until you add a pair of articulated arms with claws on the end, which turns drones into some kind of giant
Traveling abroad is inherently thrilling - but then there's that interminable, soul-sucking trek to get there. In the future, things might be very different.
Imagine an eight-hour flight that's actually enjoyable, with ergonomically designed seats and an in-flight entertainment system that