A Catalan engineer creates a sex doll capable of responding to physical and verbal stimulus.
Researchers are developing soft robotic tools for underwater research. The pressure-driven systems will allow marine biologists to examine delicate sea life without harming it. Ben Gruber reports.
Israeli researchers develop locust-like robots that they hope could one day replace humans in military or search-and-rescue operations.
Sharp Corporation hopes that RoBoHoN changes the future of smartphones, by turning them into mobile robots. Sharon Reich reports.
A new algorithm developed in Atlanta could reduce damage to costly robots.
A robot construction worker that can move around a building site autonomously and make architectural structures is being developed by Swiss designers and roboticists.
Israeli industrial engineer designs an earthbound parcel delivery drone that recognises recipients from social media sites.
Japan’s robot developer Cyberdyne announces a plan to provide robotic suits to Haneda airport to reduce load on baggage handlers’ waists.
VIENNA, AUSTRIA / SANTA FE, ARGENTINA / COLORADO, U.S.(REUTERS / EASTON LACHAPPELLE/UNLIMITED TOMORROW) – Easton LaChappelle was 14 when he first started taking apart toasters.
Five years on, he’s being touted as a global leader in robotics, for his range of low-cost Anthromod robotic hands developed in his bedroom.
“Yangyang”, a humanoid robot with a variety of realistic expressions, goes on display at an internet conference in Beijing