Quand on évoque le thème des robots, on pense souvent à des robots de forme humanoïde… puis viennent ensuite les robots qui roulent et les robots qui serpentent, mais avez vous déjà imaginé un robot cubique ?
After what must’ve been a few painful minutes of rehearsal, a few robots built by the Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research have performed what we assume to be their first and last paid gig: a rendition of Happy Birthday to celebrate the 100th of the Science Museum in the UK.
A new experimental robot from the MIT Media Lab can slant its eyebrows in anger, or raise them in surprise, and show a wide assortment of facial expressions to communicate with people in human-centric terms. Called Nexi, it is aimed at a range of applications for personal robots and human-robot teamwork. […]