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Man versus machine has quickly become man merges with machine as assistive technologies continue to develop. Today, the loss of a limb does not automatically translate into the loss of mobility. This year introduced the Cybathlon, where athletes compete for gold using their assistive technologies. Prosthetics range from body-powered replacements to high-tech interfaces that involve direct brain control.

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  In many ways, the human race has advanced radically in a very short period of time. People born with missing limbs can now live full and “normal” lives, as can those who have suffered injuries and amputations. This is a far cry from the days when an amputated leg […]

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Evolta is a small robot created by Panasonic to market their Evolta batteries. The little green robot is extremely energy-efficient and has accomplished many feats so far such as climbing the Grand Canyon using a rope and driving the Le Mans race track. Now, the little robot is getting ready to accomplish another feat: […]

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RobotShop is putting together a list of the most noteworthy and outright coolest robots for 2010 and we need your help. You can participate by voting in a poll on the RobotShop Forum that will decide which are The Ten Coolest Robots of 2010. We have selected twenty of the […]

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Engineers and researchers form the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, in Tübingen, Germany and making some interesting  “scientific research” about the way humans perceive motion by riding a giant industrial robot arm from Kuka while playing video games.  As depicted in the video below, the system uses a Robocoaster, a […]

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Here is a conference table robot that is able to adjust itself by taking various forms. This table is composed of four elements and is able to be separates and re-assembled, without any human intervention. The Intelligence Laboratory Robotics University of Tsukuba in Japan is behind this original project. Each […]

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