The company's latest course offering is a bit of a departure from the norm. It's a class on how to build and pilot your own drone — a flying robot.The date is yet to be determined, but the $1,750 class will be held held every Saturday over a 10-week period in Boulder. The fee includes all the components you'll use to build a drone from scratch and instruction on all aspects of flying it.
For such a well-trafficked site, Reddit keeps its number of employees relatively low and uses an unapologetically retro site design, yet it's a near-bottomless source of news and humor for the Internet-at-large every single day. The company doesn't have its own dedicated space, but instead operates out of a San Francisco co-working space that seems to mirror the positive, low-key vibe of the site.
a robot called Bluefin-21 to search the Indian Ocean for signs of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370.The 21-foot-long robot is capable of staying submerged for 25 hours at a time, deploying its sensors to search and map 40 square miles of sea floor per day.Robots that operate underwater face a number of challenges that ground-based robots don't.
— Marc Andreessen, one of its investors, calls it "one of the best robotics startups I've ever seen."*his track blends hard corners with a challenging new obstacle. An intersection puts your driving skills to the test, requiring perfect timing and the optimum strategy to survive. Or blast your way to victory from across the track with a well-aimed shot at your opponent.
This is hardly the first creepy robotic creation to come from Halvorsen. Check out the full MKII video immediately below, then watch some demos of his other unsettling robots below that.Look at this: Norwegian engineer Kåre Halvorsen posted a video of his latest robotics project, and this thing is nuts.
earned him the unofficial spot as "most quantified person in the world." Dancy has spent the last five years "bringing on two or three new systems a week," which he uses to monitor and record nearly every aspect of his life and health (even his dogs have a monitoring system).His systems keep an eye on everything from the air quality in his house to his heart rate to the locations of his pets.
A company called Anki made its public debut last year on one of the best stages any company could hope for — Apple's annual developer conference, WWDC.It had been operating quietly since February 2012 to refine its product — robotic toy cars that race around a special track, all controlled by an iPhone.
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Lavanya and Melissa Jawaharlal are the two-sister team who want to make entry level robotics much more affordable. They co-founded Stem Center USA as a means of providing hands-on robotics education for young students, and their Kickstarter project, the $75 Pi-Bot , will make this an especially achievable goal.
For the past ten years, a company called iRobot has changed the way we think about vacuum cleaners. iRobot makes the Roomba, a little vaccum cleaner that automatically runs around around your house to clean the floor before returning to its charging base. To date, the company has sold over 10 million of them. But there's another part of the business that not a lot of people know about.
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