Twendy-One, a project of Waseda University in Tokyo, is an updated humanoid robot that is very skillful in physical hand movements and able to pick up almost any object.
The article below is by our reader Kyle Stuart, where he introduces his work:
Robots Learning To Pick Things Up As Babies Do
LETI ANNOUNCES PROJECT TO ADAPT OBSTACLE-DETECTION TECHNOLOGY USED IN AUTONOMOUS CARS FOR MULTIPLE USES
INSPEX to Combine Knowhow of Nine European Organizations to Create
GRENOBLE, France – Feb. 2, 2017 – Leti, a technology research institute of CEA Tech, today announced a European project to develop a portable and wearable, multisensor and low-power spatial-exploration and obstacle-detection system for all conditions of weather and visibility.
The INSPEX system will adapt obstacle-detection capabilities common in autonomous cars for portable […] Continue Reading…
PIAGGIO GROUP REINVENTS THE FUTURE OF TRANSPORTATION WITH INTRODUCTION OF GITA, THE FIRST OFFERING BY PIAGGIO FAST FORWARDPiaggio Fast Forward to Host Launch Event in BostonBoston, MA – January 30, 2017 – Piaggio Group, the largest European manufacturer of two-wheel motor vehicles, a leader in light mobility founded over 130 years ago, has launched Piaggio Fast Forward, a newly-established company based in the U.S. formed to pioneer the future of light mobility by fundamentally rethinking the movement of people […] Continue Reading…