The future has arrived faster than we anticipated and now everyone wants to know how to prevent robots from taking your job in the 21 st century. Experts all over the world are cautioning that Robots will take over a lot of low-skilled jobs out there and some of the high skilled ones as Edward Rensi, a former McDonald’s CEO said in …Read More »
There has been a lot of buzz surrounding 3D Robotics Solo – the world’s first “smart drone” since its release in July, 2015. In this 3D Robotics Solo Review, we tell you if the hype is truly justified. 3D Robotics is well known as one of the most innovative makers of consumer drones. 3D Robotics drones such as the Iris+ …Read More »
When it comes to breakthroughs and innovations, surely technology is leading the way on all fronts. Whether its health or education, technology is playing a critical role in the development and growth of our world by virtue of its constant achievements. Another part of technological development is on a much larger scale. Something which has been going on for years and is …Read More »
Do you want a Personal Bartender or want to go Bartender Classes, now you have to think again because here is the Inebriator to mix your drinks for you. Just Press a Button select what kind of Drink you want, and again Press a Button, Voila! Your Robotic Bartender will start his work and will pour you, your drink. You just need to Provide proper supply of mixers & Liquors. It has 15 Pre-programmed cocktails, which includes 7 different mixers and 9 liquors on board. This Robotic Bartender powered by an ‘Arduino Mega 2560 Microprocessor ‘, uses a Hitachi HD44780 compatible display for menu.Read More »
Why bother with expensive artificial fingers when a vacuum-powered beanbag works better? Robots are great at manipulating objects like automobile parts and circuit-board components. But what about a glass of orange juice, a ball bearing, or a raw egg? Expensive, Terminator-style artificial hands are awful at picking up everyday objects. But the human hand is an incredibly delicate instrument, capable of firmly gripping objects and not letting go until we decide we’re good and ready. Robot hands tend to be both clunky and metallic, and often result in dropped items. But no longer.
The secret lies in the coffee. You’d think that was a typo, but not so much. Scientists from Cornell, the University of Chicago and iRobot have created human-analogue hands using nothing but coffee grounds, party balloons and a vacuum pump. It is inspired by Cornell's new, innovative robotic gripper (a sort of shape-shifting balloon hand), Steve Norris of Norris Labs decided to go DIY and make his own home-brewed replica at a lower cost. Heinrich Jaeger throws that out the window, and has built a hand that can pick up almost anything out of a balloon, coffee grounds and a vacuum pump.