Posts Tagged ‘robotics’
Posted by Renee Schmidt

Dieting is hard but Autom makes it easier.

Almost everyone has at one time or another been on a diet, and the majority of you will agree it’s not easy. The fact is, no one likes being forced to adhere to a strict dieting regiment, a precise food plan or exercise routine when its time consuming, more expensive and really hard on a person’s willpower. Because of these factors, most diet attempts are doomed to fail, or get pushed off indefinitely.

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

Kinect for xBox marries Robotics and Da Vinci.  We are hurdling concurrently towards “a future age”, and one area of technology seems not only underdeveloped but also, to put it practically; disappointing.

Robotics as a whole is obviously consistently undergoing radical and amazing feats, but as a standard citizen of the world, I see very little of these advances in my day to day life. Sure, the Roomba is undeniably awesome, but where is the future I always imagined?

 
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