Mind Controlled Robotic Leg-prosthetic leg controlled by EEG signals fed into a computer created by scientists at Long Beach Veterans Affairs Medical Center. From Assistive Technology Blog. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources @SOS Inc. Resources.
This robot design is.... great.
Meet BERO, a Google Android-inspired robot who can be programmed to do virtually anything you want
Japanese DARPA Robotics Challenge entrant, SCHAFT Inc., has just announced a breakthrough in their motor technology that may bypass the limitations of existing servo-motor systems. The company is a spin-off of the University of Tokyo's Jouhou System Kougaku (JSK) Laboratory. They hope that this development will make their humanoid robot a top contender for the DARPA prize.
Cool Leaf is a minimal keyboard designed by Japan-based design Kazuo Kawasaki for Minebea. The keyboard is essentially a large screen with touch-sensitive input sensors. Characters appear on the mirrored panel for a sophisticated and futuristic aesthetic. The combined technology of input devices, lighting devices, and force sensors allowed the company to manufacture this cross-sectional device.