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AI humanoid

The Verge published an online article on October 10th entitled, “These are three of the biggest problems facing today’s AI,” where author James Vincent interviewed three influencers in the field of robotics on the future of Artificial Intelligence. There seems to be a rather resounding consensus amongst the experts: AI has yet to be perfected […]

Nike mags

Turning a myth into reality, Nike has created two power-lacing shoe lines over the past year: The Nike Mag and the Nike HyperAdapt 1.0. The Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 is set to launch November 28th in select stores across the U.S. As for the Nike Mag: From Oct. 4th – Oct. 11th, you can purchase $10 […]

Car hologram

At the time the Nov. 30th, 2015 NBC News article, “Japanese Scientists Create Touchable Holograms” was published, 3D holograms were still considered a work-in-progress. Things that haunted digital holography consisted of poor image quality, non-colorful images, sub-par viewing angles, small image size and most importantly, lack of interaction. Japanese scientists, in collaboration with Utsuromiya University […]

Toyota Kirobe in palm

Whether it’s Japan’s Kirobe or the United States’ JIBO, social robots are hitting the tech world by storm. Using open source programming to fuel creativity, robotic engineers seem to be racing the clock to launch their version. This begs the question: why the sudden movement towards companion robots? Is technological innovation dictating the newfound obsession […]

Educational robot

Whether it’s AvatarMind’s iPal – the child-sized robot built “mainly for companionship,” or UBTECH’s gesturing Alpha 2 – a robot designed specifically to “simplify life for your family,” crowd funding and startups alike have seen a recent uptick in humanoid robots. These robots do it all: sing, dance, play games, connect to social media, speak […]

PowerEgg drone in flight

iReviews recent product review of PowerVision’s PowerEgg drone focused on the futuristic technology built within their rugby-sized quadcopter. With its revolutionary egg-shaped design and powerful autonomous flight modes, the PowerEgg is packed with a ton of amazing features.

Uber passenger drone

Popular Science’s Sept. 27th article written by Kelsey Atherton entitled, Uber is Working on a Vertical-Takeoff Aircraft… is a glimpse into the passenger drone crystal ball and how it might impact the booming rideshare industry. Doing its best to make the famous cartoon The Jetsons a reality, Uber is sticking to its mission to offer […]