Showing posts with label ROBOTS. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ROBOTS. Show all posts

Sunday, January 12, 2014

Elektra: Stylus Nails For Your Smartphone

If you're a fan of long fingernails you've probably already developed special techniques for using touchscreen devices. Elektra’s glue-on nails can be detected by a touchscreen display, letting you type messages with stylus-like accuracy

Elektra Nails will be available end of 1st quarter of 2014
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Saturday, January 11, 2014

Tyche The Most Intelligent Smartphone Robot Out There Uses An Android Phone For A Brain.

This little robot is apparently the most intelligent smartphone robot in the world and is capable of recognising humans, hear and talk back, learn and solve problems autonomously. The child-friendly robot can be customised and programmed using an open software platform. It is even available in bulldozer, classic car and sports car frames, using an Android smartphone for a brain.
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Famibot A jack of all trades

Vamibot robot at CES 2014

Famibot will play music, take photos, live stream video and act as a home security camera, all while purifying the air around it and acting as a smoke sensor. It travels around 20cm a second and will last five hours on a single charge

Friday, January 10, 2014

Vex IQ A STEM Education Revolution

vex iq robot at ces 2014

VEX IQ is a robotics platform designed to transform STEM learning for young students and their teachers. The robot-building kit that fits together a bit like lego, incorporating sensors, motors, programmable brain and remote control, Vex IQ is aimed at teaching kids how to programme and build robots. The VEX IQ Challenge, presented by the Robotics Education & Competition Foundation, gives students affordable access to the inspiration, excitement and learning that comes from participating in a STEM challenge.
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Robots Parrot and Dalek At CES 2014 in Las Vagas


MiniDrone & Parrot Jumping Sumo, Connected Toys leaping!
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The Dalek can bark commands, and play music streamed from any smartphone or tablet. Its limbs articulate, too, and Massive Audio is finalizing an app to control them via smartphone, although it wasn't ready in time for CES.

Dalek robot at ces 2014