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This Robotic Raptor Can Outpace Usain Bolt

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May 31, 2014
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Researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology have developed a robot that runs like a velociraptor. Video provided by Newsy


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Reuters - Innovations Video Online (Nov. 4, 2014) — Its owners call Quantum of the Seas the most technologically advanced ship in the world. She boasts a host of innovative features, including a new robotic bartending system that allows users to order a drink from a tablet and then watch two robotic arms mixing up their cocktail of choice. Matthew Stock went aboard. Video provided by Reuters
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5-Year-Old Boy Gets Robotic Hand Made With 3D Printer

5-Year-Old Boy Gets Robotic Hand Made With 3D Printer

Newsy (Feb. 6, 2013) — A boy with no fingers on his right hand can pick up objects and carry things around. 3D printed robotic hands can save people thousands of dollars.
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CES 2015: Wowwee's MiPosaur Is a Dancing Dino

CES 2015: Wowwee's MiPosaur Is a Dancing Dino

Popular Science (Jan. 7, 2015) — WowWee has done it again with adorable, interactive robotic toys. Following up last year's [MiP], which was a self-balancing bot toy that could play games, or help you carry around a can of beer, the company is releasing MiPosaur. This new bot friend is dinosaur-shaped and has a few new tricks up its sleeve. In this video, you can see some of its adorable and amusing skills. Video provided by Popular Science
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Mind Controlled Robot Arm Brings New Taste of Life for Paralysis Patient

Mind Controlled Robot Arm Brings New Taste of Life for Paralysis Patient

Reuters (Dec. 17, 2012) — A Pennsylvania woman who became a quadriplegic through a genetic disease has fed herself for the first time in nearly ten years, using a mind-controlled robotic arm. A research team at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine developed the device, an arm that can move in seven dimensions and perform many of the natural motions of a real arm in everyday life.
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