World’s first write & erase robot, Scribit has collaborated with Dr. Gareth Moore, popular British author of over 100 best-selling international puzzle and brain-training titles, to launch a collection of Robotic Labyrinths that can easily turn any vertical surface into a canvas to draw and play at home.
It may come as a bit of a shocker, but the above pictured conception is not a wristwatch, or rather not only a wrist watch. In fact, it is a wearable robot. Yes, a full fledged robot that can perform all the managing tasks of the owner’s life (much like Apple’s voice software Siri). However, this ‘robot’ can offer a much more personalized and varied service, given that it can comprehend the owner’s individual psychological framework (unlike Siri).
Discarded and useless things might not be so disappointing if we could see them from the eyes of an artist. All you need is a bit creativity and imagination. This ‘Robot Sculpture’ is another fine example of creative use of discarded metal. Artist Bruce Gray has used the parts from a demolished 2005 BMW 645CI. The robot looks something similar to a sci-fi lethal weapon created for some termination operations. The a pivoting energy pulse gun with movable joystick/fire button controller and a hand that moves freely in different directions makes it a perfect alien thing on earth. There are...
Guys this scene is something that cannot be missed – a real life giant monster engulfing a car. It happened in Sydney Royal Easter Show a day ago. The mechanical monster’s hunger for Cadbury Escorts was worth watching. He sniffed at it, then like an angry beast blew fire on it from his nostrils and then picked it up just to tear it into pieces, poor car. If you have missed the live scene, here are the pictures that will tell you how brutal this thing is. This beast is called “Robosaurus”.
It’s almost impossible for me to miss anything regarding Transformers. Let it be a toy or sculpture. Today I found this lovely RC transformer robot that will satisfy you with its smooth riding capability and with a full 180 degree turn. On your command it will transform into into an autobot with front hood upside and will fire five suction cup darts on your target. Then back on wheels and will come back to reload itself.
The best gift of technology, as far as the benefits are concerned, is saving the human life by replacing human with mechanical tools. Firefighting is one such situation in which the officials put their life at risk in rescue operations. According to an estimate, the Berlin Fire Department undertake about 300,000 such operations every year.