A swarm of nano Quadrotors

A Swarm of Nano Quadrotors. Experiments performed with a team of nano quadrotors at the GRASP Lab, University of Pennsylvania. Vehicles developed by KMel Robotics via waxy.

look at these flying robots happily building a brick wall

Flying robots building an architecturally stylish brick wall.

The Soft Robot by George M. Whitesides et al. is a unique, multigait locomotive robot, made of soft polymers (Inspired by marine animals such as starfish which lack aninternal skeleton) which can crawl and undulate with complex motions. Click on the image to see the amazing video. via bbc. tinyurl.com/8277ba3  #Robot #Soft_Robot #George_M_Whitesides #bbc

Robot can squeeze under obstacles

Camouflage bendy robot changes colour for disguise

go go robot fixie rider!

Amazing Bipedal Robot Pedals And Rides A Bike [Video] - This amazing bipedal robot can ride a bike, stop, stand and start again without any support what so ever.

"exploring the relationship between machine and art, so kanno and takahiro yamaguchi  have created 'senseless drawing bot', a self-propelling device on a skateboard that sprays   abstract linework on a stretch of wall using a double pendulum. extrapolating the dynamism   of modern graffiti forms, the robot takes advantage of the chaotic gestures of the swinging  pendulum to create erratic yet organic paint strokes."

senseless drawing bot

The Senseless Drawing Bot is a robotic artwork, created by So Kanno and Takahiro Yamaguchi, consisting of a self-propelled skateboard that sprays abstract graffiti-like linework on a stretch of wall using a double pendulum. Sure to brighten up any home!

The miniature ships built by Liquid Robotics are powered by the sun and the very waves they ride on. They’re going on a trans-Pacific voyage to explore parts of the ocean never before seen, and sending data back the whole time.

These Tiny Boats Will Change How We Understand The Ocean

Liquid Robotics, developer of the Wave Glider autonomous robotic surface platform for ocean surveying is broadening its activity to offer government and military solutions by establishing the new Federal Business unit.

Karakuri automata doing calligraphy, backflips, rowing boats, and shooting arrows.

Japan has always been on the forefront of cutting edge robotics. Its roots can be traced back years during the Edo period when skilled craftsmen created automata (self-operating machines).


(One of our favorite time-lapse photos of a Roomba's cleaning pattern!