Need a burrito in a hurry? Yeah, we understand. Fortunately, so do the clever people at Darwin Aerospace. They're using a SkyWalker X8 Flying Wing airframe and Ardupilot to deliver the food you crave in a timely manner with an emphasis on theatrics.
Kenji Ishida is the brains behind this incredible transforming robot. Brave Robotics released an earlier version back in June that shape-shifted from car to humanoid mode in about 14 seconds. Now, the Japanese company is back with some updates that you don't want to miss.
We love our pets, and most of the time, they love us back. But what happens when your pet parrot gets bored and begins to drone on for hours with mindless, attention-seeking squawks? Why, you build the feathered nuisance its own robotic scooter to keep it busy, of course.
Thanks to the photographers and cameras on the International Space Station there's no shortage of amazing space imagery, most of which is easily accessible online. One film student from Italy decided to take some of that footage and create a time-lapse masterpiece.
Recently, people have spotted some "Assembled in the USA" labels on Macs, sparking rumors that Apple might have some secret factory in the U.S. outside of its Asia-based Foxconn plants. In a new interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook reveals that the company does in fact have new domestic manufacturing plans.
The dream (or is it a nightmare?) of many robotics fans is encountering a robot that can not only walk, but fly as well, making it unstoppable. Although it's nothing close to the walking and flying Gundam robots of Japanese anime, a new robot has indeed achieved the goal of ground and aerial locomotion.
When it comes to designing the ultimate device accessory, the Apple iPhone case is possible the most coveted sweet spot in the industry. Well, after hundreds of wacky and often practical ideas, we think we've seen what could be the most unique of them all: An e-ink screen case.
It seems like the only place you might be able to escape robotic scrutiny would be somewhere far off at sea. Turns out: not true.
What happens when you combine the organic expression of freerunning with a little bit of modern LED tech? One filmmaker decided to find out.
A new study indicates that 3D printers could be the key to manufacturing tools and equipment on the Moon and beyond.