Browsing the "Innovation" Category


Human-Scale Robot from Disney Can Do Backflips

Published on May 25th, 2018 | by özgün

Humans can be great acrobats, but what about Disney robots? Disney Research has one such human-scale robot — called Stickman, because it’s literally a robotic stick — that is capable of aerial acrobatics, like backflips. Just as certain... Read More


Researchers develop color-changing fabric

Published on May 21st, 2018 | by özgün

A team of researchers at University of Central Florida has developed a fabric that changes color. The material uses thin metal micro-wires embedded with an electric current, which can change the wires’ temperature. Pigments within the... Read More


Can Robots Assemble an IKEA Chair?

Published on April 19th, 2018 | by özgün

It can be difficult to keep track of the progress being made in robotics, but one useful (if informal) marker is how good machines are at assembling Ikea furniture. Why? Because putting together your average Billy... Read More


12.5 Metres 3D Printed Metal Bridge

Published on April 13th, 2018 | by özgün

First announced in June 2015, the full span of MX3D’s ambitious, fully functional, 3D printed metal bridge has been finalized. designed by Joris layman lab, the preview of the stainless steel construction already hints at its... Read More


Transparent Solar Panels

Published on February 11th, 2018 | by özgün

MIT researchers are making transparent solar cells that could turn everyday products such as windows and electronic devices into power generators—without altering how they look or function today. How? Their new solar cells absorb only infrared... Read More


6 Remarkable Products in Wearable Technology

Published on January 8th, 2018 | by özgün

The term “wearable” is a buzzword, sure. But it’s a simple one — it just means wearable technology. Thanks to the march of technology, such products are becoming easier to create. The word “wearables,” short for... Read More

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