About a year ago we saw how Korea is using telepresence robots to teach English to their students, but it seems like the robot teachers have been using their down time in the staff room to take dance lessons.
Mobile humanoid robots are nothing new at this point in the history of robotics, but as more advances are made with these kinds of robots we find that they're given ever more specialized tasks.
As Japan struggles to figure out exactly what went wrong with its robots in its recent time of need, South Korea has begun stepping up with ever more impressive technology, this time in the form of the ETRI robot.
The race to ramp up efficiency in teaching is heating up in Asia via a new robot that has been introduced to South Korean schools.
At the still in progress Seoul Auto Show, Hyundai unveiled its vision of the next generation of sustainable vehicles with the hydrogen-powered Blue2 fuel-cell electric car.
This week's 2011 Seoul Motor Show has a lot of surprises in store for car enthusiasts, but an early look revealed a rather bold concept compact car called the Naimo.
The market for personal sea vehicles just got a little more interesting with the first sea craft the combines a raft-like structure with the undersea cool of a mini-submarine.
Apparently there's a real shortage of affordable English teachers in South Korea, so they're now testing a robot called Engkey to connect their students to cheaper teachers in the Philippines.
Because bicycles require no power source they'll likely never disappear, so it's only natural to envision the bike of the future, which if we're lucky will look a lot like the Full Circle concept vehicle from Korea.
Researchers at South Korea's Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology have come up with the next iteration of pop-up books. Using software developed over the course of three years, the group has created a book format that displays 3D characters...