German tech firm Festo, has copied the anatomy and the cooperation of real world worker ants in their 3D printed design. Can these ants become tomorrow’s factory workers?
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“Charlie” is a robotic ape. He’s being developed by scientists at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, as a test-bed for new technologies and improved robotic design.
Charlie’s flexible spine…
- Pole Dancing Robots Are Technological Strippers
What’s more expensive than a lap dance?
A strip show from a $40,000 German-developed robot. Yes, it’s exactly what it sounds like.
In Hanover, Germany, the host city for the CeBIT conference, a company called…
- Xelflex Smart Fabric Gives Feedback for Athletes
Xelflex, a smart fabric, provides intelligent feedback for athletes, by becoming an active motion sensor.
Inventor Martin Brock says the garment itself becomes an active motion sensor, with real synergy between…
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