Tiny Walking Robots Powered by Muscle Cells
These robots are made of tiny little pieces of you.
A Robot to Carry Your Stuff
Sometimes all it takes to make something successful is a simple solution to a simple problem.
HiBot Demos New Amphibious Snake Robot
Japanese company HiBot, unveiled the latest version of its ACM-R5H snake robot.
National Geographic Robots Get Intimate With Lions
Up-Close View of Lions
South Korea Promises Robot Land Opening in 2016
Yay! Robot Land is back in the news and getting built.
Baby Elephant Can Walk and Be Saddled Up
A walking robot designed for people to ride!
Robots Inspired by the Amazing Biomechanics of Cockroaches
You've got to stick to the end of this video!
Delicious Chocolate Drone
It's a chocolate quadcopter. Yummy!
Honest Trailer: Transformers
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
Robot Responds to Natural Language Instructions, Brings You Fancy Ice Cream
Most robots would panic given vague instructions, but PR2 can make logical inferences about missing steps or poor instructions.
Camera Drone That Follows You
The "Follow Me" drone is a combination of software and hardware, which can track your phone and follow it.
NASA's Squishable 'Super Ball Bot' Could Explore Titan
A Brand New Way to Make Solar System Exploration Much simpler and Cheaper
Robonaut Wiggles Its Fancy New Legs
Let's check out how the Robonaut showing off his two legs!
NASA Testing Robots for Satellite Refueling Missions
What if we could service satellites? NASA's been taking small steps toward the giant leap of making that possible.
Petit Flying Robots: Robo-Fly
Recently, scientists have been stimulating the act of insects in order to develop tiny flying robots.
1:1 Iron Man Model Created by 3-D Printers
Let's Check Out the the Whole Process Shared by The Developer, James Bruton!
That Extra Pair of Robot Arms You've Always Wanted
Supernumerary Robotic Limbs (SRLs) are robotic limbs that, when worn, give you more limbs than you'd normally have.
MIT Bakes Its Own Robots
New algorithms and electronic components could enable printable robots that self-assemble when heated.