07:22 - 2018/04/30
Somnox Robot: Helps You Sleep Better
Somnox Robot is a smart tool that helps you sleep better at night. You will be able to feel it breathe, adjusting your own breathing rate subconsciously to relax. Somnox also has soothing audio. The mobile app allows you to customize your experience. You simply have to hug the robot to start seeing results. Once you push the start button, the robot starts breathing and plays sounds.
07:36 - 2018/04/29
Geio Robot: Smart Entertainment Robot
Geio Robot is a first person shooter battle bot with visual recognition system that lets you engage in battles with your friends. GEIO can rotate 360-degrees and move 2 meters in one second. It has multiple game modes, including Scavenger Hunt Race, Speed Race, and Attack & Defense modes.
07:07 - 2018/04/28
Hicat Livera Robot: Smart Education Robot
Hicat Livera Robot, you can use to teach your kids basics of programming. The HICAT Livera Robot Kit is easy to build and program. It comes with WiFi control and open source components. The Livera Robot has a 720p HD camera and can follow lines and sense colors.
07:13 - 2018/04/26
BionicFlyingFox Robot: Smart Bat Robot
For the BionicFlyingFox, our developers from the Bionic Learning Network took a close look at the flying fox and technically implemented its special flying characteristics. Due to the combination of the integrated on-board electronics with an external motion-tracking system, the ultra-lightweight flying object is able to move semi-autonomously in a defined airspace.
07:10 - 2018/04/25
BionicWheelBot Robot: Smart Spider Robot
The biological model for the BionicWheelBot is the flic-flac spider (cebrennus rechenbergi). It lives in the Erg Chebbi desert on the edge of the Sahara. Professor Ingo Rechenberg, a bionics processor at the TU Berlin, discovered it there in 2008. The flic-flac spider can walk like other spiders. It can also propel itself into the air, however, with a combined sequence of somersaulting and rolling on the ground.
07:26 - 2018/04/24
Meltant Robot: Human-Like Technology
The Meltant Robot, a concept model developed by Japanese tech firm Meltin, aims to recreate as accurately as possible the movement of the human hand, but with added flexibility, power and precision. Meltin claims that the device copies the movement of a human hand with a response of 0.02 seconds. Its unique control algorithms allow MELTANT-α to perform subtle and gentle movement too, such as holding an egg without breaking it, and picking a flower petal.
07:14 - 2018/04/23
KicoBox Robot: Smart Education Robot
Take the KicoBox for instance: it is an educational robot kit with lessons to show users how to control motor, light, speaker, and other features. It supports Scratch, which is a visual programming interface. To learn coding in 10 minutes for regular free each coding lesson is what makes this product special to parents and teachers, to whom its simplicity in being easy to learn and teach brings incomparable sense of achievement.
08:48 - 2018/04/22
SoFi Robot: Smart Fish Robot
SoFi swam at depths of more than 50 feet for up to 40 minutes at once, nimbly handling currents and taking high-resolution photos and videos using (what else?) a fish-eye lens. Using its undulating tail and a unique ability to control its own buoyancy, SoFi can swim in a straight line, turn, or dive up or down. The team also used a waterproofed Super Nintendo controller and developed a custom acoustic communications system that enabled them to change SoFi’s speed and have it make specific moves and turns.
07:02 - 2018/04/18
Ava 500 Robot: Smart Assistant Robot
The Ava 500 provides a more commanding presence when you are unable to attend a remote conference, meeting, or lecture, or to meet with workers at a manufacturing plant, warehouse, or training facility. Telepresence enables you to save thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours per year that would otherwise be spent on flights, hotels, and related travel expenses.
07:37 - 2018/04/17
Cimon Robot: Smart Assistant Robot
CIMON (Crew Interactive Mobile CompanioN) is a mobile and autonomous assistance system designed to aid astronauts with their everyday tasks on the ISS. This will be the first form of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on an ISS mission. CIMON is an experiment overseen by Space Administration at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in cooperation with Airbus (Friedrichshafen/Bremen, Germany) as the prime contractor.