Cassie, an ‘ostrich-inspired’ bipedal robot created by Agility Robotics has a playdate with Spot – Boston Dynamics robo-quadruped.
Aren’t they adorable?
This is probably how they’ll cavort when they’ve killed all humans.
Previously: Little Help?
Boston Dynamics’ autonomous quadrobots evolve to the next level.
Imagine how far their militarised
Wildcat has advanced in the last five years.
We’re all doomed.
Behold the Blipblox – a soon-to-be-released synthesiser and beatbox for ages 3 and up.
Now stop beholding it and let the child have a go.
Behold: the DroneGun Tactical by Australia/US based company DroneShield – 6.8kg of bad news for any hovering pest that dares to enter your airspace.
Effectively, a directional frequency jammer capable of cutting a drone’s video feed from a kilometre away, the gun can also force a drone back to its starting point or make it land on the spot.
Currently available to ‘government agencies’ only, but it’s only a matter of time before Jay-Z or Julian Assange or, you know, Nathan Carter gets one.
1000x macrophotography of everyday items like salt, pepper, fruits and vegetable by Drew Geraci, who used a Sony A9 camera, a microscope and a slider rig to capture the detail.
A prototype of the FoldiMate laundry folder in action.
The production version will probably cost around €800 but
damn look at it go.
MPC VFX shows how Sean Young’s Nexus 6 replicant Rachel in was recreated for Blade Runner using reference images from the then 58 year old actress, a younger performer and CGI effects. Blade Runner 2049
What happens inside an airbag when it deploys few inches from your face?
Italian tinkerer Glaco Whatever explains.
Yours for €1800 – the 3D-printed Doublehand from Youbionic – a glove with two finger controlled robotic hands.
A hundred and one uses, surely.