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Robot Takes Care of Your Vino
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9/28/2012  13 comments
A new robot may have a hand in tending the grapes it takes to make your next glass of wine.
Toyota's Latest Robot Lends a Hand
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9/25/2012  11 comments
The robot is meant to help elderly people or those with limited arm or leg mobility perform everyday tasks more efficiently and easily in the home.
Video: This Isn't Your Mother's Pasta
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9/19/2012  30 comments
Cui Runquan, a Beijing chef, has created an army of noodle-slicing robots.
Robotic Solar Panels Produce More Electricity
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9/17/2012  30 comments
A Silicon Valley startup has designed an innovative new monorail system of robots for tilting solar panels toward the sun, increasing the amount of electricity produced by up to 15 percent and changing the game for the future management of solar-energy systems.
Video: Robotic Plane Flies Indoors Without GPS
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9/14/2012  20 comments
MITís Robust Robotics Group flew a fixed-wing vehicle around the parking garage under a university building, navigating pillars safely, with only the use of onboard sensors to direct the path of the plane.
Video: You Can Teach a Robotic Mule New Tricks
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9/13/2012  11 comments
The DoDís robotic pack mule can now play follow the leader and walk backward for a considerable distance over rough terrain, bringing the robot closer to serving as a sophisticated mechanical companion for US soldiers in the field.
Video: Create 3D Scans of Everything
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9/7/2012  7 comments
The Kinect@Home crowdsourcing project will help engineers create a catalog of scans that will help robots recognize what's around them.
Robot Collects Storm Data During Hurricane Isaac
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9/6/2012  22 comments
A robot collecting oceanographic data in the Gulf of Mexico got a close-up look at Hurricane Isaac, whose eye passed 60 miles east of where it was cruising.
Honda's Latest Robot Mows Your Lawn
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9/4/2012  54 comments
Miimo is a robotic lawnmower that works via electronic sensors to continuously cut grass and safely navigate slopes and obstacles.
Robotic Camera Mimics Human Eye Movements
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9/4/2012  13 comments
Compliance researchers developed a mechanism to orient a camera using muscle-like cellular actuators that move more similarly to an eye.


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