Japan Super Fast Maze Solving Robot Mice

January 31, 2018 — by feedmeister0


     Japan has a new tech sport where they race robot mice. Watch their super fast maze solving robots in action. These robots could solve a maze faster than any mouse, or human ever could.


Boston Dynamics Terminator Robot Doing Backflips

November 20, 2017 — by feedmeister4


    Here is the latest footage from Boston Dynamics of their Atlas terminator looking robot after learning new tricks. Now it can jump, spin and even successfully do backflips! Skynet looks to be closing in sooner then we all might of thought.

SOURCE: Washington Post on Youtube


Robot Teaching Students in Colleges (Video)

November 23, 2016 — by feedmeister0

     UK’s first robot college to teach future tech workers.Two years after it first emerged in Japan, “Pepper” the robot has already been used in shopping centers, banks, train stations and hospitals.  It’s latest assignment, in London, is in the classroom to train scientists and employees for the tech industry.

SOURCE: Sci-Tech on Youtube

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Boston Dynamics Atlas Robot is Almost Ready for Your Job

February 24, 2016 — by feedmeister0

     Hats off to Boston Dynamics. It looks that they have just made a major quantum leap with the Atlas Robot after watching they’re newest video on YouTube. Google bought Boston Dynamics a few years ago, and you can see that the robots have advanced dramatically. 

     Watch as the Atlas humanoid robot walks through the woods, picks up boxes, placing them on shelves, and even picks itself back off the floor after being pushed over. The Atlas also has self balancing and defensive characteristics built in like they’re 4 legged beasts that you saw on the videos from last year. 

      I calculate that by the advancement made with the Atlas, that these guys might be in a warehouse near you by 2025. Here is the video and a link to Boston’s channel is below, enjoy.

SOURCE: Boston Dynamics on Youtube


MIT Electric Robot Cheetah jumping over obstacles (Video)

September 17, 2014 — by feedmeister0

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has just released new footage to youtube on September 15th of a new algorithm that they have developed for the Robotic Cheetah.  The MIT Robotic Cheetah can run up to 10 miles per hour.  The new algorithm allows the Cheetah to jump.  Watch as this Cheetah can now jump over one foot high obstacles.  Most robotic animals up to date have been powered by internal combustion engines, and hydraulic transmissions. MIT shows you that a electric powered robotic animal can run and jump over obstacles and not make all the noise of an internal combustion engine.

SOURCE: Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Youtube


Meet OutRunner: The World’s First Remotely Controlled Running Robot (Video)

May 13, 2014 — by feedmeister0

OutRunner is the world’s first 6 legged running robot that is commercially available to the public. That’s right—a running robot! OutRunner is eating up the competition with amazing capabilities: self-balancing, running up to 20 mph on almost any types of terrains (grass, asphalt, dirt…) with up to 2 hours of battery life.
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