Why was this Anybot telepresence robot on this Virgin America flight? I don't know! But I think I'm cool with it. As long as it never complains about getting the middle seat. [Virgin America] »2/23/11 8:00pm 2/23/11 8:00pm
What better way to ensure your robot can withstand the daily rigors of life than by punching it over and over? Watch as Anybots uses a mechanical boxing glove to beat the crap out of their $15,000 QB robot. »9/17/10 7:40pm 9/17/10 7:40pm
fawned over »3/04/07 12:35pm 3/04/07 12:35pm Anybots' dynamically balancing robot (Dexter) earlier this week, and (his brother?) already has a new trick. It might not look like much, but according to Dexter's developers: There is no information on their website about how this throwing/catching process works, or whether or not the robot is…
Ok, so they may not look like the Terminator, but still, there's something remotely disturbing about watching these robots "learn" to walk and shove. Developed by Anybots, the humanoids are being designed to help with industrial and household tasks and they're made in such a way that they won't tip over and fall … »2/28/07 9:33am 2/28/07 9:33am
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