Homegrown Drones: MAKE talks with Eric Cheng (Video)

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MAKE talks with aerial and underwater cinematographer Eric Cheng at our drone meet up and fly-in.
By MAKE
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Homegrown Drones: MAKE talks with Chris Anderson of 3DRobotics (Video)

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MAKE talks with Chris Anderson of 3DRobotics at our drone issue meet up and fly-in.
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Robotis Mini Darwin Robot Review (Video)

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This is a first impression review of Robotis's latest robot, the Mini Darwin.

CM 9.04 Controller XL320 Servo

The kids love the Mini Darwin because it looks so cute. It can be controlled by an Android smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth.

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Children making robots for 3D printing (Video)

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http://ift.tt/M00ZgG www.thinkerthing.com http://ift.tt/LPxM8C Thinker Thing allows anyone to custom manufacture their own perfect product 3D printing, what the economist calls the next industrial revolution is based on a simple promise, the ability to custom manufacture a real object from a computer model. But who builds these computer models? Current 3D printer software is based on outdated concepts from the 80s. Its difficult to use and takes years for professional designers to learn. How much of a revolution will this be if only a handful of professionals can create for this technology? At Thinker Thing we have developed a radical new process that can build real objects using just your preferences. A touch screen user interface so simple and natural that even young children can custom manufacture their own perfect product from their mobile phone. A 3D printer is not required, our applications seamlessly integrate with current and mature 3D printer services like Shapeways. The customer simply presses print and their object arrives in the post in the material of their choice, plastic, full colour, rubber, brass,ceramic, silver & gold utilising the latest and best printer technologies for as little as $6. Applications that will feature our technology are available for download on standard app stores such as Google Play and whilst our technology can literally be used for any kind of object our first applications focus on game and toy based objects. The power behind our patent pending innovation is a process that uses "Evolutionary Computation" to grow a perfect model from simple preference based choices. Our evolutionary algorithm based engine utilises crossover and mutation processes similar to how life itself was created. Which object lives on to produce the next generation is determined by the users preferences, and the genetic make up, the DNA of these objects, are merged and mutated to produce the next generation of objects. Genes survive because they are best suited to survival, when that survival is determined by the users preferences the result is a complex aesthetically pleasing object ideal for that unique user. In this way within a short period the user evolves their own perfect product using their own preferences.
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NAO Robot video projector – streams images & movies (Video)

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NAO Robot streams images and movies from a pico projector connected to his head. With this feature, NAO Robot has a new way to deliver informations. NAO was able to listen, to understand and to speak; Which is great. But now, he can illustrate it.
By franck calzada
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DLD14 – Robots (Limor Schweitzer, Sergei Lupashin, Rafael Mizrahi) (Video)

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Introducing ROBOTIS DREAM (Level 1&2) (Video)

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로보티즈 드림 소개영상입니다.
By ROBOTISCHANNEL
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ROBOT JAPAN 7th, Dance (Video)

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ROBOT JAPAN 7th took place at Tsukiji-Honganji Buddhist Hall in Tokyo on Jan. 19, 2014. Dance; ①IKUMA, ②WONDER WOMAN & SPIDERMAN, ③MENOU.
By IKETOMU
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Google Glass on a Roller Coaster in Magic Mountain (Video)

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This was my second try using google glass on Viper the ride due to on the first ride I received a call and when i was scared of glass slipping off my head i kept activating stop video with my hand while trying to hold on to glass on my head during the loops. I realized I can just hold on to it on the back of glass by the battery and not have to worry about it.
By Jay's Gadgets
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Sphero 2.0 with Nao Robot (Video)

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I just got a Sphero 2.0 and wanted to see how well my Nao Robot j2 could detect it's bright ORANGE LED color. From test's it seems that I will end up painting my Sphero Orange to get the proper tracking result that I want with j2, Next video will be him actually trying to catch Sphero while on the ground.
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