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Written By: admin on September 15, 2011 9 Comments
Robotic Ball Is Controlled By IPhone

Robotic Ball Is Controlled By IPhone

Cat videos are some of the most popular online. So it makes sense to develop a product that makes it even that which is inevitably a waste of time and bandwidth. This product is Spheros.

Robotics SPHERO a ball rolls around, and for all intents and purposes, you torture a cat-friendly. Control comes in the form of application available for Android and the iPhone, which is what we fear is the only feature that we had to justify this post. The ball is made of extremely strong polycarbonate, which must not be broken, but still allows internal LED lights shine. [Read the rest of this entry…]

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Written By: admin on September 13, 2011 29 Comments
Honda Technology for Next-Generation ASIMO

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (TSE: 7267) announced at Dec 15, 2004 – (JCN Newswire) the development of new technologies for the next-generation ASIMO humanoid robot, targeting a new level of mobility that will better enable ASIMO to function and interact with people by quickly processing information and acting more nimbly in real-world environments.  [Read the rest of this entry…]

Written By: admin on September 3, 2011 6 Comments
Humanising Robots

I was reading National Geographic and found an article called “Us. And Them.” which explored the subject of robots that are being created that can act like humans and relate to us as well as being able to think for themselves. This would allow us to improve productivity of some tasks, such as production lines, [Read the rest of this entry…]

Written By: admin on September 3, 2011 11 Comments
Table Tennis Robot

A table tennis robot is basically a machine that feeds you balls on the table, attempting to simulate the balls you receive from a real opponent. The robot can shoot balls at you with a variety of speeds and spins, on a single or multiple locations on the table. Many will come with a net that catches the balls, and some can feed these back into the robot, for continuous operation.
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Written By: admin on August 26, 2011 30 Comments
The LED Pain Reliever

Using technology developed by NASA to heal astronauts’ injuries, this device’s 60 LEDs produce safe infrared heat to stimulate blood circulation, relieve swelling in joints, and loosen tight muscles. A study at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee showed the LED technology reduced painful inflammation by up to 37%. Unlike heating pads that only treat just below the skin’s surface, the LED light penetrates deep into tissue for lasting relief from muscle aches. The device begins to relieve pain when placed 1/4″ from the skin. The lightweight, brush-shaped design is easy to move around the body and hold in place. Includes a travel bag. Plugs into AC. 7 1/2″ L x 2 3/4″ W x 1 1/4″ D. (5 oz.) [Read the rest of this entry…]

Written By: admin on August 26, 2011 12 Comments
The Floor And Upholstery Steam Cleaner

This is the convertible steamer that cleans hard surface floors and upholstery. A hand steamer removes from the device and the included upholstery brush and squeegee attachments enable you to steam clean windows, furniture, or curtains. The steamer heats up in only 30 seconds to produce 220º F steam that kills bacteria, viruses, and mold and quickly removes dirt and grime from laminate, wood, and tile floors. [Read the rest of this entry…]

Written By: admin on August 26, 2011 2 Comments
FRIDA Humanoid Robot Review

FRIDA stands for Friendly Robot for Industrial Dual-Arm Assembly. The robot is inherently safe, which means that it can work next to people without safeguarding. [Read the rest of this entry…]

Written By: admin on August 26, 2011 5 Comments
iRobot Scooba 230 Review

The Scooba 230 is very easy to use for quick pick-ups and small jobs.  We take a look at how well it performs in this in depth review.

Un-boxing the Scooba 230:
The Scooba 230 is packaged very nicely.  It was shipped in the original box.  The weight of the box is ~5.5 pounds (~2.49 kg).  The Scooba box is: 13 ½” x 8 ⅜” x 7 ⅜”.  Your box might be bigger if they pack the Scooba box in a larger box.  I was greeted with the package that containing the warranty card, Instruction card for first Use/Quick Start Guide, the 200 Series Owner’s Manual, Registration card, and in the enzyme pack (4-Pack) a guide explaining how to fill the tank with the solution.  Everything was packed nicely.  The extra 3-pack of cleaning plates is packed up in hard plastic.

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Written By: admin on August 26, 2011 33 Comments
The Passive Motion Back Pain Reliever

This device uses gentle, methodical movement to help alleviate back pain without the time or expense of visiting a chiropractor. While lying on your back, simply place your legs on the padded supports and the device automatically tilts back and forth in 12-minute sequences. [Read the rest of this entry…]

Written By: admin on August 26, 2011 No Comment
Neato XV-11 available at Hammacher for $399

Hammacher Schlemmer now has the new Neato XV-11 Laser Guided Robotic Vacuum on sale for $399.95.

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