These cubes are actually spinning, jumping robots, and they can move around and snap together to create different objects.
Like something from Terminator 2, researchers have successfully printed 3D objects from liquid metal — at room temperature.
While several robotics labs have created freaky bipedal walking bots, one University of Arizona lab has recently unveiled a pair of freaky disembodied legs that mimics muscle and tendon systems to create the most human-like gait yet.
Remember those Terminator style augmented reality contacts we saw earlier this year? Well the team developing them has finally tested the first prototypes on some bunnies, and have declared the test to be a complete success.
For reasons I will never understand, Nickelodeon's Spongebob Squarepants is a huge hit not only with the tots, but with grown adults. It turns out the obnoxious little yellow sponge who lives under the sea is actually a Terminator robot in disguise!
I can pretty much guarantee that this is the most impressive Lego Terminator you'll see today, and if I'm wrong, well, the world is a more wonderful place than I previously believed.
Nothing says "welcome to my home" like a T-800 pointing a gun at your guest's face. That's the idea behind this life-sized T-800 Endoskeleton, straight out of Terminator 2. Sure, it can't walk around crushing human skulls under its metal feet, but it sure looks intimidating.
Wow. Wow! How awesome is this mic stand? Custom built by artist Chris Conte for Adam Gontier, lead singer of Three Days Grace. It looks like a Terminator arm holding a mic. The entire thing can be broken down easily...
Now is not the perfect time to buy an HDTV. You just missed all the fab Black Friday door-buster deals, and the real HDTV deals materialize between New Year's and the Super Bowl. Further complicating your HDTV investment decision are...
Let's face it: if there's a sci-fi geek in your life that means a lot to you, then you know how this time of year can be a real headache when it comes to finding unique geeky gifts. Sure, there...