Dragan Ilic, a 68-year-old Serbian artist, recently strapped himself to a giant industrial robot to be used as a human paintbrush. It has something to do with man's ever-increasing reliance on machines, apparently.
It's obvious that the team at Roboeve spent more time watching cartoons instead of science fiction when they created the Xpider. Not only is it the world's smallest programmable robotic spider, it's also one of the cutest.
Pongbot is a robotic cup holder that turns your run-of-the-mill beer pong into a game of moving targets. If Terminator’s T-800 wanted to pledge a fraternity, this Kickstarter project would be part of his application.
A robot developed at the Swiss École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) is capable of competing against -- and beating -- humans at foosball. “Our specification was to be both faster and stronger than a person," says…
Capable of learning a near-infinite amount of skills via voice commands and gestures, NXRobo's Big-I robot is the perfect smart home companion for any family. Plus, it sort of resembles Star Wars' fan-favorite droid R2-D2.
A team of students from well-known Paris design school ENSCI Les Ateliers had an idea that could change the face of tattooing. Their idea? An industrial robot that could autonomously create a tattoo from a database of images.