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Robot Teaches Itself to Walk, Just Not Very Well

Robot Teaches Itself to Walk, Just Not Very Well
I recently showed you a video in which a Gundam mech taught itself to walk using some sort of “genetic algorithm”. Around the same time, it turns out engineers have been giving real robots the tools…

Truss Robots Could Be Our Future Construction Workers

Truss Robots Could Be Our Future Construction Workers
A team from Cornell’s Creative Machine Lab have come up with a new robot which can not only crawl along truss structures, but that can actually manipulate them and move them around.…
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Robot Shoots Hoops, Nothing but (Sky)net

Robot Shoots Hoops, Nothing but (Sky)net
This robot is clearly into sports, as it throws balls through hoops, bolts into boxes, and hits tiny plastic figures as if it were bowling. It even picks up a dart and throws it at the…

Cornell Building Food Printer: Download Your Dinner

Cornell Building Food Printer: Download Your Dinner
In a development that no doubt has printer manufacturers drooling, scientists at the Cornell Computational Synthesis Laboratory are looking into leveraging the capabilities of 3D printing – which they call Solid Freeform Fabrication (SFF) – to…

New Breakthrough Could Miniaturize Projectors

New Breakthrough Could Miniaturize Projectors
Researchers at Cornell University have developed a new system for rapidly scanning wide areas with a laser beam using a rapidly moving mirror. If the technology hits its potential, a dime-sized projector could cast an image…
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