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Baxter is a new manufacturing robot that is designed to work closely with human coworkers (video). Sonar and cameras allow the robot to detect humans and avoid colliding with them. The robot uses behavior-based intelligence to adapt to changing surroundings and tasks. It does not need to be programmed. Instead, humans can train the robot…
Eric Joyner knows that robots and donuts are a delightful combination, as evidenced by “Robot R&R” (2005) and many other paintings in his “Tin Robots” series. Eric’s work is also featured in the new limited edition book “Robots & Donuts”. paintings by Eric Joyner
Hank Green gives a brief history of robots and their place in human society in the latest episode of SciShow. Green talks about the first commercial robots, robots that are already in people’s homes, and some of the challenges in building multi-purpose humanoid robots.
“The Squid and The Robot”, a new print by Chop Shop. A man dedicated to all things robot meets a man whose love of squids is unmatched. The battle is epic, but the focus of the robot and squid remains the same.
A demo of a Willow Garage PR2 robot paring socks at UC Berkeley. This would be a nice complement to the laundry folding robot and pancake flipping robot. via Suicide Bots
Ben Katz and Jared Di Carlo built an incredible robot that is able to solve a Rubik’s Cube in 0.38 seconds. They captured slow motion footage of the speedy robot and of the robot annihilating a Rubik’s Cube.
The first ROBOlympics, was held at Fort Mason’s Herbst Pavilion in San Francisco and featured hundreds of robots from around the world including fighting robots, sumo robots, maze-solving robots, androids that wrestle, do somersaults, and play soccer. Laughing Squid was one this year’s sponsors. The inaugural Robot Olympics must be doing something right…they’re being sued…