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Researchers build a crawling robot from sea slug parts and a 3-D printed body

lun, 18/07/2016 - 11:16
Researchers have combined tissues from a sea slug with flexible 3-D printed components to build 'biohybrid' robots to manage different tasks than an animal or purely humanmade robot could.

Robot therapist hits the spot with athletes

lun, 18/07/2016 - 10:43
Trials of a prototype robot for sports therapy have just begun in Singapore, to create a high quality and repeatable treatment routine to improve sports recovery, reducing reliance on trained therapists.

Using wireless interface, operators control multiple drones by thinking of various tasks

mer, 13/07/2016 - 14:37
A researcher has discovered how to control multiple robotic drones using the human brain. A controller wears a skull cap outfitted with 128 electrodes wired to a computer. The device records electrical brain activity. If the controller moves a hand or thinks of something, certain areas light up. A wireless system sends the thought to the robots.

Advancing self-driving car design, other shared human- and machine-controlled systems

mer, 13/07/2016 - 10:16
Computer scientists have described a new approach to managing the challenge of transferring control between a human and an autonomous system.

The debut of a robotic stingray, powered by light-activated rat cells

jeu, 07/07/2016 - 15:10
Researchers have created a robotic mimic of a stingray that's powered and guided by light-sensitive rat heart cells. The work exhibits a new method for building bio-inspired robots by means of tissue engineering.

Robot helps study how first land animals moved 360 million years ago

jeu, 07/07/2016 - 15:09
When early terrestrial animals began moving about on mud and sand 360 million years ago, the powerful tails they used as fish may have been more important than scientists previously realized. That's one conclusion from a new study of African mudskipper fish and a robot modeled on the animal.