A new robot may help passengers find their way through the airport. The robot in the "Spencer" project is now ready to face the real world at the major international airport Schiphol in Amsterdam.
NASA announced that MIT will receive a humanoid robot to test and develop for future space missions to Mars and beyond. The robot could be huge when it comes to future space exploration.
A new system may revolutionize the way people interact with virtual reality. The system, called BitDrones, allows users to explore virtual 3D information by interacting with physical self-levitating building blocks.
Scientists may have created a new type of robot for future human missions to Mars.
Scientists may have created the most realistic robotic implementation of human walking to date. The new dynamics could be huge when it comes to creating human-like robots in the future.
A newly created robot may be an expert at getting your attention.
Researchers have created the first-ever insect-like robot that can both fly and swim. Called the RoboBee, the new robot could pave the way for aerial and aquatic vehicles.
People may be able to feel with artificial, robotic skin.
Imagine soft robots that can bend, walk and grip. That's exactly what scientists have created in this latest study, which may herald a new age of robotics.
Robots aren't perfect. Or maybe they are, at least, programmed to be. Yet new research suggests that humans are less likely to successfully form working relationships with interactive robots if they're never making any mistakes--or might we say, too "robotic."
Researchers have taken a closer look at how different animals respond to different terrain, and have found that soft steps and large feet allow animals to navigate very loose soil and sand.