Microsoft really wants to blur the line between the digital and real worlds. It's developed a new program could eventually help robots and self-driving cars better “see” their surroundings. Read More >>
A snakebot recently crawled up my leg. The engineers sort of grinned while I grimaced. I expect most robots to destroy me, but these snakebots are designed to do the opposite. And they could change robotics as we know it.
With the potential to revolutionise everything from busking to children’s parties, a researcher named Raffaello D’Andrea has built a simple sensor-less machine using four strategically placed paddles that are able to juggle four balls in the air with surprising accuracy. Read more >>