Atlas Robot, Parkour Athlete from Boston Dynamics.

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“Atlas can jump from elevated block to elevated block, and do a complete about-face in the air. It can leap pretty high, backflip and celebrate its backflipping ability.”

Spot, Four Legged Robot

March 17, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

Four-legged robot designed for indoor and outdoor operations.
Electric powered and hydraulically actuated.

Atlas – The Next Generation, Boston Dynamics

March 17, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

Boston Dynamics showing off one of its latest robots.

Atlas, next generation, designed to operate outdoors and inside buildings. Specialized for mobile manipulation, electrically powered and hydraulically actuated.

It uses sensors in its body and legs to balance and LIDAR and stereo sensors in its head to avoid obstacles, assess the terrain, help with navigation and manipulate objects.

SkyWall100 Domestic Drone Defense System

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This mobile device captures unwanted drones with a net projectile, and drops it back to earth without damage. A safe way to manage our crowded skies.

Apple Sport Watch Teardown

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Apple Sport Watch teardown by the iFixit team.

iFixit started by prying open the display and disconnecting the display and digitizer cables underneath, getting a first look at the Taptic Engine, inside of the Digital Crown and internal 205 mAh battery. Digging further into the Apple Watch, the team got a closer look at various components for haptic feedback, an ambient light sensor and S1 integrated processor.

The Pro Tech Screwdriver Kit will cover all your screw driver needs. (Unless you need those super tiny tri-wing bits seen in the Apple Watch.

“Ex Machina” a Case of Ultimate Programming

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“Ex Machina” is a smart, sleek movie about men and the machines they make, but it’s also about men and the women they dream up.”

Definitely a future of possibilities along with our willingness to navigate uncharted territories if we choose to accept unpredictable consequences.

Visual Experiments with Sound Frequencies

February 16, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Cymatics is a science of creating visualizations with audio frequencies.
Here, Nigel Stanford experiments with tones and frequencies to achieve desired patterns through material worlds. With a range of musical abilities he plays a drum set, and keyboard while also rigging makeshift instruments from playing cards.

3D Printing with Sand, Powered by the Sun

September 26, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Built by artist Markus Kayser, a SolarSinter” concept is similar to Laser Sintering printers used by projects like SpaceX to print otherwise impossible objects out of metal. A focused sun beam is less precise than a finely-honed laser, but the core concepts are the same.

Noonee Chairless Wearable Exoskeleton

August 26, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Noonee Chairless Exoskeleton 01

These exoskeletons are state of the art wearable leg assitive devices.
Wearable mechatronic technology based on research from the Bio-Inspired Robotics laboratory at ETH Zurich.

Elegance and simplicity destined for endless applications.

Real-Time Projected CGI Electronic Makeup

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Real-Time Projected CGI Electronic Makeup

Experimental face-mapping technology synching on during real-time movements and accurately projecting various surface textures onto the model’s face.

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