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3D Printed Robotic Birds Made To Protect Real Birds, Trials Undergoing

3D Printed Robotic Birds Made To Protect Real Birds, Trials Undergoing

Birds often pose a real threat to the aviation industry as they get stuck in airplane engines and raise serious issues. So, a Netherlands based company has created 3D printed robotic birds that will scare away real birds from danger. These robotic birds will be controlled via a remote control and now are being tested.

By On September 3, 2014 Respond
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[Video] Hungry At Distant Place? Drones Here To Deliver Noodles In Cup

[Video] Hungry At Distant Place? Drones Here To Deliver Noodles In Cup

At present days, many drones are used for delivering purpose. Earlier we have seen drones delivering cake, packages, medicine, newspaper and so many things. And now, Japanese food giant Nissin is using drones to deliver Cup Noodles to customers.

By On August 16, 2014 Respond
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Scientists Invented A Self Assembling Robot That Can Fold Itself And Walk Away

Scientists Invented A Self Assembling Robot That Can Fold Itself And Walk Away

Undoubtedly, robots are typically very complicated devices. It takes quite a long time for anyone to assemble a robot. But lately, two scientists from the Harvard University in the US, have invented such a robot that can assemble and fold itself and then walk away.

By On August 8, 2014 Respond
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Jibo: The World’s First Family Robot Coming In 2015

Jibo: The World’s First Family Robot Coming In 2015

We have seen in many movies that robots are a member of a family. If you also dream to have a robot as part of your family, then it’s not too far. Cynthia Breazeal, an associate professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is trying to create the world’s first family robot called Jibo.

By On July 20, 2014 Respond
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World’s First Solar-powered Robot ‘Ladybird’ Unveiled In Australia

World’s First Solar-powered Robot ‘Ladybird’ Unveiled In Australia

Now a days, robots are being deployed to almost every sectors. Lately a professor has unveiled the world’s first solar-powered robot in Australia. The robot is called Ladybird and it’s been designed for farms to collect data on pests and plant disease, pick weeds, and someday even harvest crops.

By On July 6, 2014 Respond
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NASA Building Robots That Will Create 3D Infrastructure Of Mars

NASA Building Robots That Will Create 3D Infrastructure Of Mars

Until now, NASA has sent very few robots to Mars, but none of these can create 3D infrastructure of the red planet. Therefore, NASA is now building robots that will be able to create 3D infrastructure of Mars.

By On July 4, 2014 Respond
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NASA Built BRUIE, An Outstanding Rover That Can Roll Underside Of Ice

NASA Built BRUIE, An Outstanding Rover That Can Roll Underside Of Ice

There are many places in space, on Earth and under water as well land where people can’t go, but chances are there could be existence of life. So space agency NASA has created an anomal but amazing rover prototype called BRUIE (Buoyant Rover for Under-Ice Exploration) that can drive on the underside of ice.

By On June 27, 2014 Respond
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FAA Trying To Ban The Use Of Drones For Delivering Packages

FAA Trying To Ban The Use Of Drones For Delivering Packages

Now a days, drones are being used to deliver products as it’s one of the easiest medias for transport. Amazon has been using its own drone Prime Air to deliver packages to customers. But lately all on a sudden, FAA has declared that Amazon or any other company using drones, won’t be able to ‘deliver packages’ via drones in the near future.

By On June 27, 2014 Respond
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Paralyzed Man Uses Mind-Controlled Robot To Kick Off World Cup 2014

Paralyzed Man Uses Mind-Controlled Robot To Kick Off World Cup 2014

FIFA World Cup 2014 has finally kicked off. A paralyzed man used a mind-controlled robotic suit to kick the football and announce the beginning of the event.

By On June 13, 2014 Respond
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Defeating Cheetah, OutRunner Becomes The World’s Fastest Robot

Defeating Cheetah, OutRunner Becomes The World’s Fastest Robot

Boston Dynamics’ Cheetah was known as the world’s fastest robot on Earth and MIT Cheetah was known as the second fastest robot on Earth. But Florida-based company Robotics Unlimited has made a new robot called OutRunner. The company claims it is the world’s fastest robot.

By On May 25, 2014 Respond
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Robotic Arm Uses Leap Motion Controller To Disarm Bombs

Robotic Arm Uses Leap Motion Controller To Disarm Bombs

Disarming bombs can be dangerous and a new technology now promises to make it safer and more effective. Created by Mirror Training, the tech makes use of Leap Motion controller together with an interface and a robotic arm.

By On May 19, 2014 Respond
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Mob Tries To Smuggle Cigarettes Into Russia Using Drones

Mob Tries To Smuggle Cigarettes Into Russia Using Drones

Amazon may still take a decade or so before it can start its drone deliveries. But others such as the Lithuanian mob are already implementing the idea, smuggling cigarettes into Russia using a home-made drone.

By On May 17, 2014 Respond
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Experts Claim Robots Will Never Have Feelings

Experts Claim Robots Will Never Have Feelings

It’s true that robots do help us in many ways. But at the same time it’s also true that they are nothing but a machine. However, lately experts have claimed that no matter how close robots come to human beings, they’ll never have feelings like human beings.

By On May 15, 2014 Respond
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Robots Make School Life Interesting For Autistic Children

Robots Make School Life Interesting For Autistic Children

Autistic children can be very shy in their interactions and engaging their interest at school can be tough. But Topcliffe Primary in Birmingham is doing an excellent job at this by using two friendly robots. These robots can have conversations with autistic kids and play games as well.

By On April 23, 2014 Respond
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