Robot Arm Can Build Complex Sandcastles You Can't With a Bucket and Shovel
Aug 06, 2012 11:24
Think you can build a mean sandcastle? This robot arm will beat you at it. Created by architects Petr Novikov, Inder Shergill and Anna Kulik, the Stone Spray robot features a nozzle on the end of a highly articulated arm that sprays a mix of sand, water, and a binding agent to ensure that its creations can't be destroyed that easily when the tide rolls in.
Apple has so much money, its spaceship campus is already underway right now. And now, you get a birds-eye view of it courtesy of a YouTuber with a drone and GoPro camera. Here's a peek of it. Read more
You can punish a GoPro however you like, but it looks like it'll take on any challenge like a champ. The most recent torture was sending a GoPro videoing an experimental rocket in action. Fire and cameras don't usually mix, but the GoPro survived. Read more
Exoskeletons are the next evolution of human strength. Pneumatic-powered cyborg arms will let you do the things that were impossible without the help of a few or more. This guy created his own version. Read more