A micro-robot developed at Harvard University can move in hard-to-reach spaces using origami-inspired ankle joints, adhesive feet, and a unique gait.
China Print will attract many visitors to Beijing as the leading specialized trade fair for printing technology in Asia. As a drive and automation specialist, Baumüller will present its offer for the graphic industry in hall E1 at stand 145. Printing machine builders and machine operators are served equally, from simple components to […]
In recent years, an entirely new class of robot—inspired by natural forms and built using soft, flexible elastomers—has taken the field by storm, with designs capable of gripping objects, walking, and even jumping. Yet despite those innovations, so-called “soft” robots still carried some “hard” parts.
The unbalanced torque generated by three motors means that a quadrotor can’t help but spin, but with a bit of cleverness, software can compensate for the spin and keep the quadrotor stable and even allow it to obey control inputs, allowing it to land more or less safely.
The present laboratories appear to be extremely advanced to a decade back, yet shouldn’t something be said about a decade from now?
The way research is carried out has been radically impacted by the advancement of technologies. […]
Robotics is being used in industry for many years now and is garnering a great level of interest. With the advancement of technology the need for better technicians for these precision machines has grown and so universities are incorporating robotics education into their educational programs in order to prepare students for the better […]