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Elektro and Sparko by Westinghouse, 1939 | Retronaut. He even smokes! Why you would want a robot who bums your cigarettes is beyond me, but it was a different era.
Probing Question: Where are all the cool robots? - Westinghouse developed Elektro in the 1930s as a prototype of the future robot.
Elektro Smoking Robot (1939) - Westinghouse developed Elektro in the 1930s as a prototype of the future robot
Elektro was built in 1937/38 by Westinghouse at their factory in Mansfield. He was over seven foot tall and had a vocabulary of over 700 words. He first appeared at the 1939 New York World's Fair and returned there in 1940 with Sparko the dog, his operators putting on a twenty minute show every hour during the Fairs two summer run. Elektro was retired in the late 50s to be a static display at Palisades
One of the features of this robot is smoking... (Elektro by Westinghouse, 1939 World's Fair)
Elektro is the nickname of a robot built by the Westinghouse Electric Corporation in its Mansfield, Ohio facility between 1937 and 1939. Seven feet tall and weighing 265 pounds, he could walk by voice command, speak about 700 words (using a 78-rpm record player), smoke cigarettes, blow up balloons, and move his head and arms. Elektro's body consisted of a steel gear, cam and motor skeleton covered by an aluminum skin. He was on exhibit at the 1939 New York World's Fair.
i love that he's smoking! Elektro and Sparko by Westinghouse, 1939 | Retronaut
Inside view of Westinghouse’s “Elektro” robot at the 1939 World’s Fair.
Check this out!! Elektro and Sparko by Westinghouse 1939
DARPA to announce new Grand Challenge for humanoid robot.
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Petman by Boston Dynamics. Robots. D.A.R.P.A. Google. Innovation. Tech. Technology. Science. Robotics.
Atlas - Boston Dynamics' newest humanoid robot, selected as the base platform for the DARPA Robotics Challenge
Boston Dynamics` Petman. PETMAN is an anthropomorphic robot designed for testing chemical protection clothing. Natural agile movement is essential for PETMAN to simulate how a soldier stresses protective clothing under realistic conditions.
DARPA Selects Boston Dynamics' Humanoid for Robotics Challenge: to build a humanoid robot that "is expected to have two arms, two legs, a torso and a head, and will be physically capable of performing all of the tasks required for disaster response scenarios" #science #technology #robot
Après le robot-chien « BIGDOG« , la firme de robotique Boston Dynamics dévoile PETMAN, son stupéfiant robot humanoïde bipède. Loin derrière les capacités du T-1000 issu du film Terminator 2, PETMAN peut réaliser différents mouvements et tenir en équilibre seul même si on le pousse. Ce robot anthropomorphe peut marcher plus ou moins vite, s’accroupir, ramper et …
"Petman" from Boston Dynamics: Dedicated to the Science and Art of How Things Move. Uncannily human-like movement.
Boston Dynamics’ AtlasProto humanoid robot exhibits uncannily human-like movement as it negotiates obstacles. The robot is a prototype of Atlas, an experimental rescue robot that will compete in next year’s DARPA Robotics Challenge. The challenge will place Atlas and other competing robot designs in simulated disaster scenarios where they will be tasked with a variety of disaster response missions.
Petman has been billed as the world's first anthropomorphic robot to move like a real person
Atlas Derivative Boston Dynamics Humanoid Robot & DARPA Elect Platform 4 Robotic Challenge
NASA JSC Unveils ′Valkyrie′ DRC Robot
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robot' Valkyrie Designed to compete in the DARPA Robotics Challenge.... looks like a gundam amirite
Dressed with Serge Ferrari composite materials Stamskin and Batyline | NASA shows off it's robot Valkyrie for DARPA's Robotics Challenge #NASA #robots #Valkyrie #robotics #tech #DARPA #technology
NASA shows off it's robot Valkyrie for DARPA's Robotics Challenge Developed at the Johnson Space Center, Valkyrie is a 6.2-foot, 275-pound hulk designed to compete in the DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC). Its Iron Man-style glowing chest ring nestles in a pronounced bosom that contains linear actuators for waist rotation.
NASA shows off it's robot Valkyrie for DARPA's Robotics Challenge #NASA #robots #Valkyrie #robotics #tech #DARPA #technology
Robot' Valkyrie Designed to compete in the DARPA Robotics Challenge, this "female" robot could be the precursor to robo-astronauts that w...
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NASA unveils 6-foot 'superhero robot' Valkyrie - http://wideinfo.org/nasa-unveils-6foot-superhero-robot-valkyrie/
NASA shows off it's robot Valkyrie for DARPA's upcoming Robotics Challenge [Space Future: http://futuristicnews.com/category/future-space/ Future Robots: http://futuristicnews.com/category/future-robots/]
thefingerfuckingfemalefury: wildcat2030: NASA unveils 6-foot ‘superhero robot’ Valkyrie Designed to compete in the DARPA Robotics Challenge, this “female” robot could be the precursor to robo-astronauts that will help colonize Mars. What if NASA’s Robonaut grew legs and indulged in steroids? The result might be close to what NASA has unveiled: Valkyrie is a humanoid machine billed as a “superhero robot.” Developed at the Johnson Space Center, Valkyrie is a 6.2-foot, 275-pound hulk designed ...
A robot being developed for manipulation tasks has demonstrated its ability to perform a complex job in a mock International Space Station scenario.
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This robot could soon be getting its hands dirty aboard the International Space Station http://cnet.co/1jqPSy4
Robotics Articles : This humanoid robot might travel to space to help astronauts
This robot could one day work aboard the ISS A... • CNET
Hugh Herr is an associate professor of biometrics at MIT Media Lab,He is the chief technologist of iWalk where they manufacture robotic limbs. He states, "I predict a bionics revolution," Hugh lost had his legs amputated from frostbite after going climbing. He shared that his bionic legs are more useful than his legs when he goes for a climb. He brings up a great point of people returning to work faster with these prosthesis which benefits our economy. Also, there are now online career fairs.
The Double Amputee Who Designs Better Limbs. Hugh Herr is a biophysicist and rock climber. He is the holder or co-holder of 10 patents related to prosthetic devices.
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Hugh Herr's legs were amputated below his knees in 1982 after a climbing accident. From his knees down to the floor, he's completely artificial. "I'm titanium, carbon, silicon, a bunch of nuts and bolts," he tells Fresh Air's Terry Gross. "My limbs that I wear have 12 computers, five sensors and muscle-like actuator systems that able me to move throughout my day."
Hugh Herr is an associate professor of biometrics at MIT Media Lab,He is the chief technologist of iWalk where they manufacture robotic limbs. - Truly inspirational
Hugh Herr is a biophysicist and rock climber. He is the holder or co-holder of 10 patents related to #prosthetic devices.
Hugh Herr, MIT bionics/prosthetics researcher who designed and built his own artificial legs. (via Amy)
Terry Gross' interview with Hugh Herr director of the Biomechatronics Group, MIT, freshair.npr.org, 8/10/11. fascinating design of prosthetic limbs.
Hugh Herr, associate professor of Biometrics at MIT Media Lab. Chief technologist of iWalk where they make robotic limbs. He states, "I predict a bionics revolution," His legs were amputated from frostbite after going climbing. His bionic legs are useful when he goes for a climb. He brings up a great point of people returning to work faster with these prosthesis which benefits our economy. ❤
Hugh Herr's legs were amputated below his knees in 1982 after a climbing accident. "I'm titanium, carbon, silicon, a bunch of nuts and bolts. My limbs that I wear have 12 computers, five sensors and muscle-like actuator systems that able me to move throughout my day."But Herr doesn't just wear artificial legs. He designs them, too. As director of the Biomechatronics Group at the MIT Media Lab, Herr is responsible for creating prosthetic devices that feel and act like biological limbs.
Meet the extraordinary double amputee who never stopped climbing, Hugh Herr. He developed a bionic prosthetic pair of legs that will serve his purpose—to keep living and not wasting Albert Dow’s sacrifice, who took part in the search and rescue operation for Hugh and his climbing partner. Regarded as one of the best climbers of the USA, pre & post leg amputation. "There's no such thing as a disabled person. There's only disabled technologies." Hugh Herr http://www.thextraordinary.org/hugh-herr
This Robot Could Transform Manufacturing A smarter, safer new industrial robot could bring automation to new areas of manual work and help many U.S. manufacturers regain a competitive edge.
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At Rethink Robotics (formerly Heartland Robotics) Rodney Brooks's wants to spark a factory revolution with a low-cost, user-friendly robot named Baxter. The company has been developing robots that can mingle safely with humans in stealth mode for years now and has finally unveiled its creation. Baxter, which goes on sale for $22,000 in October, is a significant bet that robots in the future will work directly with humans.
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Smarter, safer robot could give U.S. manufacturers major advantage
This Robot Could Transform Manufacturing | MIT Technology Review
Baxter from Rethink Robotics’
Robot 1 by rodolforever, 2010
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Art Deco Robot. two of the best things, ever.
pastiches art déco robot rodolforever
Robots and art deco - gotta love it.
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Wall-E Party Ideas, love the scavenger hunt idea
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New algorithms could enable heaps of ‘smart sand’ that can assume any shape, allowing spontaneous formation of new tools or duplication of broken mechanical parts.
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Researchers at MIT's Distributed Robotics Laboratory are working on the ultimate building blocks of the future: grains of "smart sand" that can self-assemble and replicate any object submerged in a heap of the sand. The tiny robots communicate to form the object, which can be replicated at any scale.
Self-sculpting smart sand could assemble itself into solid replicas of objects http://flpbd.it/j4FSK Research currently underway at MIT’s Distributed Robotic Laboratory (DRL) could lead to an innovative replicative manufacturing technique with the disruptive potential equal to that of 3D printing.
The Distributed Robotics Lab at MIT today detailed research aimed at replicating objects by essentially carving them from an unformed pile of "smart sand" or "robot pebbles." The vision is to have these miniature robots automatically create replicas of different sizes with only an original shape to work with. http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2012/smart-robotic-sand-0402.html
Sand that sculpts itself and can replicate objects. MIT's prototype smart sand system -- robot pebbles, or cubes about 10 millimeters to an edge, with processors and magnets built in.
Self-sculpting smart sand could assemble itself into solid replicas of objects. http://bit.ly/HOVYy5
Research currently underway at MIT’s Distributed Robotic Laboratory (DRL) could lead to an innovative replicative manufacturing technique with the disruptive potential equal to that of 3D printing.
[Image: Photo by M. Scott Brauer, via ScienceDaily].Researchers at MIT's Distributed Robotics Laboratory is working on so-called "smart sand," which would allow for the "spontaneous formation of new tools or duplication of broken mechanical parts." Current prototypes of the substance—essentially, large cubes, seen in the photograph above—operate by way of "rudimentary microprocessors inside and very unusual magnets" on their edges
Self-Assembling “Smart Sand” is the 3D Printer of the Future | Gadgets, Science & Technology
Scientists at MIT working on self sculpting sand robots to Tremors 2012 here we come!
1951 ... Gort kicks butt!
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13 Top Scientists' Favorite Books And Movies Everything from comic books to classic films inspired these bright minds. There's a big difference between science and science fiction, but sci-fi books and movies have inspired some of the great minds of today.
The Day the Earth Stood Still. Love this movie, especially for the political statement it was making... Klaatu Barada Nikto
In my humble opinion, The ORIGINAL "The Day the Earth Stood Still" is the best science fiction movie ever made (Not the Tom Cruise 2008 version - although it wasn't all that bad)
Gort from 1951 "The Day the Earth Stood Still". Klaatu Barada Nikto! ~ Everyone, say it together: Gort, klaatu barada nekto!
Gort, Klaatu's robot from the 1951 movie, The Day the Earth Stood Still. Klaatu, barada niktu.
This is from the original The Day the Earth Stood Still, and I really think the remake missed an opportunity for a bold idea in sci-fi that hasn't been done to death. We all know the Robots-eventually-destroy-us scenario. In this (original) film, the people control the robots, scene by scene, but it is hinted at, with some menace, that if we are too destructive, the robots won't stand for it. Kinda creepy. Good sci-fi is kinda creepy.
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Clean Your Drives Daily! Part of a fundraiser poster series for the 826LA Time Travel Mart in Echo Park, August 2009. Collaboration with copywriters Jon Korn and Mac Barnett. ©Amy Martin, 2009
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Why Small and Medium business benefits from Social media. Visit http://socialmaximizing.com Like, comment, Re pin! #socialmaximising
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Love and Sex with Robots: The Evolution of Human-Robot Relationships by David Levy. $14.08. Save 6% Off!. yourdailydream.or.... Publisher: Harper Perennial (November 4, 2008). Love, marriage, and sex with robots? Not in a million years? Maybe a whole lot sooner! A leading expert in artificial intelligence, David Levy argues that the entities we once deemed cold and mechanical will soon become the objects...
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Love and Sex with Robots: The Evolution of Human-Robot Relationships by David Levy. $14.08. Publisher: Harper Perennial (November 4, 2008)
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I love the trench! The General Grievous thing I don't understand, but whatever.
loved this... the cloths are beautiful and the mask is just plan awesome.
Robots and stuff (but mostly robots), rollthedrumss: unknown
How about a little Gangster Stormtrooper to shake things up?
jacket and helmut i want now! starwars fashion
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Grievous #starwars #grievous
Mask and Trench. Done