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Cake drawing on 3 axis
posted January 14 2011 11:19.17 by Giorgos Lazaridis




A group of students from the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, Massachusetts, had a very delicious idea. They made a CNC that draws frozen drawings on cakes! A custom made...

[Via: wired]    [Link: Olin College]
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Tags: electronic project   robot   microcontroller   arduino   mechanical   games and fun   cnc   



The most amazing F1 simulator ever seen, EVER!
posted January 13 2011 11:38.36 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I want one of this, and i want it bad! Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, in Tübingen, Germany, transformed an industrial robot arm into a Formula 1 simulator...

[Link: ieee spectrum]
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Tags: crazy designs   pc related   cnc   mods   games and fun   mechanical   inventions   gaming   robot   simulation   








This bot will solve the Rubik cube in record time (sort of)
posted January 11 2011 13:10.21 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I do not think that there is someone that doesn't know the world's most popular puzzle: The Rubik's cube, even if he/she does not know it by...

[Link: Rowan University]
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Tags: electronic project   robot   mechanical   games and fun   



Shake it babe! Here are the most groovy bots ever seen!
posted January 11 2011 12:42.08 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Herctrap sent me another interesting video. This one comes from youtube user vangos253. This guy, made an awesome humanoid bot, which dances...

[Link: vangos253]
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Tags: robot   music   microcontroller   rc servo   games and fun   



Watch how NASA Mars Rover will land and navigate
posted January 4 2011 11:51.31 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This video, demonstrates with 3D animation, how the new "Curiosity" NASA Mars Rover will land on the surface of Mars. Steven Lee, the guidance...

[Link: ieee]
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Tags: autonomous   science   space related   wireless   remote control (RC)   robot   








3D printing your.. food???
posted December 29 2010 8:39.29 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Most probably, you do know what a 3D printer is. And most probably, you thank that 3D printers print objects wit plastic, ABS or other similar...

[Link: Cornell University]
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Tags: robot   inventions   mechanical   research   commercial   3D printing   



Metal detecctor and collector robot
posted December 20 2010 23:56.22 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This bot is a creation of youtube user Prometheus27111992. It carries an inductive metal detector with which it sweeps the area in front of it. If it detects something...

[Via: hacked gadgets]    [Link: Prometheus27111992]
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Tags: electronic project   robot   microcontroller   pic   sensors   ultrasonic   magnetism   autonomous   



Humanoid pianist
posted December 18 2010 0:17.16 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Alyssa Batula and Yougmoo Kim, from Drexel University, Philadelphia have created a humanoid robot that can play a tune on the piano! The robot is able to play up to 200bpm and has...

[Via: new scientis]
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Tags: robot   music   rc servo   microcontroller   artistic   








A 3D-printed insect can fly
posted December 16 2010 11:16.35 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Charles Richter and Hod Lipson from the Cornell Computational Synthesis Laboratory, created a tiny insect that is able to fly, not with rotational propeller, but by flapping it's wings...

[Link: Cornell University]
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