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prostheticknowledge:

Micro Robots

SRI International have developed incredibly small and fast robots that are capable of following building instructions - video embedded below:

SRI is developing new technology to reliably control thousands of micro-robots for smart manufacturing of macro-scale products in compact, integrated systems.

sriinternational have a Tumblr blog here

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heyyoshimi:

Robot Quadrotors Perform James Bond Theme (by UnivPennsylvania)

WOW

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svalts:

Controller Evolution.
by Chris Koelsch.
GIF.by Slayt.
(via: dotcore)

svalts:

Controller Evolution.

by Chris Koelsch.

GIF.
by Slayt.

(via: dotcore)

(Source: dotcore, via svalts)

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Best News Years gif ever!

Best News Years gif ever!

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Legos are worse than hot coals

Legos are worse than hot coals

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All Hail Our New Robot Overlords!

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Cats! Pets of the future.

Cats! Pets of the future.

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cwnl:

Big Asteroid to Cross Earth-Moon Orbit Tuesday
An asteroid the size of an aircraft carrier is to soar past the Earth this week and, while NASA is certain that the space rock will not hit us, it will be our closest encounter with such a large chunk of rock in three decades.
The 400-yard-wide asteroid is called 2005 YU55 and at the point of closest approach it will graze our planet at 201,700 miles — about 10 percent closer to Earth than the Moon’s typical orbit.

cwnl:

Big Asteroid to Cross Earth-Moon Orbit Tuesday

An asteroid the size of an aircraft carrier is to soar past the Earth this week and, while NASA is certain that the space rock will not hit us, it will be our closest encounter with such a large chunk of rock in three decades.

The 400-yard-wide asteroid is called 2005 YU55 and at the point of closest approach it will graze our planet at 201,700 miles — about 10 percent closer to Earth than the Moon’s typical orbit.

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