What excites your junior? Music, robots or the birds? Whatever it is, these colorful cushions shaped in a variety of forms could make them feel delighted to have and play with.
Check out how these awesome flying robots perform the signature James Bond theme without a glitch. They aren’t controlled by human but are aided by computer programming in striking the right notes at the right time for an adorable musical presentation.
Are you interested in puzzles? How about dinosaurs? Well then how about robots? The combination is too exciting to even comprehend but it’s true and right before you.
Spider robot to assist in trekking places considered potentially dangerous and inaccessible to human
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA in Germany have developed a spider robot that navigates mimicking the movement of a real spider. The 3D printed robot has been created to provide assistance in reaching places where human intervention is not possible or dangerous as in chemical/industrial accident sites.
Rubik’s cube could be fun for some, could be interesting for some while for some it can be just a puzzle to while away time with. Although most of us might dread at the thought of a solving a Rubik’s cube, there are a few who can live up to the challenge and make it work at mind blowing speeds.
If you are a fan of Star Wars and love chocolates, then you might find these yummy chocolate lollipops totally irresistible! Your favorite characters are available in dark , milk chocolate and white versions [irrespective of the side you choose].
Roomba from iRobot has been quite popular around us. Now the same company brings you the world’s first floor washing robot. Called the Scooba 230, the robot features a three step cleaning process. It “washes”, “scrubs” and “squeezes”, all by itself. It’s super-portable too, at just 3.5 inches in height and 6.5 inches in diameter. Overall, an intelligent tiny robot that proves that we are one step closer to the Star Trek era.
Robots can do some really weird stuff, but only a few intelligent ones can do something sensible. Meet HRP-4C from Japan, the humanoid that can sing, for real. “In this year’s demo, the robot utilized a system for singing using a human singer as a model. This enables it to sing with a more natural voice and expression.”