Tech News Bit: Zoomer the Robotic Dog

Tech News Bit: Zoomer the Robotic Dog

Tech News Bit: Zoomer the Robotic Dog I’m a sucker for dogs. That timeless adage that dog is man’s best friend certainly applies to me. Zoomer : That said, I realize that dogs aren’t for everyone. They can be loud, messy, and pretty darn needy. They require a lot of time and attention. In today’s fast-paced world, finding the time to care for a dog can be difficult. Plus, what if your living situation isn’t ideal for a dog? They need space to run and play. But where there’s technology,…

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BEST ROBOTS AT CES 2017

BEST ROBOTS AT CES 2017

BEST ROBOTS AT CES 2017 ROBOTS : Mankind has dreamed of a robot who can help with every day tasks for quiet some time now. At at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, many new innovations were put on parade for our pleasure and like always, the robots stole the show. Meet Pepper – the first personal and emotional humanoid robot. It is capable of recognising the principal human emotions and adapting his behaviour to the mood of his interlocutor. Pepper is much more than a robot,…

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Intelligent Humanoid Robot

Intelligent Humanoid Robot

Intelligent Humanoid Robot Remember the “Terminator” movie? Intelligent humanoid robot who trying to save the human race from an apocalyptic event. This robot is not quite advanced as the one in the movie however it’s capable of think, learn, making decision & taking own action by using artificial intelligence. This is a pioneering development at the Tokyo Institute of Technology by Hasegawa Group. As a completely new tasks, when request for a glass of water, this robot knows how to pour a water to a glass from a water bottle. Also…

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Scientists create new robots that can follow spoken instructions

Scientists create new robots that can follow spoken instructions

Scientists create new robots that can follow spoken instructions Scientists have developed robots that can follow spoken instructions. “The issue we’re addressing is language grounding, which means having a robot take natural language commands and generate behaviours that successfully complete a task,” said Dilip Arumugam, from Brown University in the US. Scientists, including those of Indian origin, have developed robots that can follow spoken instructions, an advance that may make it easier for people to interact with automated machines at home and workplaces. “The issue we’re addressing is language grounding, which…

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The Mars Curiosity Rover Can Now Decide By Itself What To Shoot With Lasers, And It’s Going Swimmingly

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The Mars Curiosity Rover Can Now Decide By Itself What To Shoot With Lasers, And It’s Going Swimmingly Curiosity : No more waiting for human scientists to get into the office on Monday morning and tell it what to do. Curiosity : As you may know, NASA’s Curiosity rover has been trundling around Mars since it landed on the red planet in 2012. Curiosity is part of the Mars Science Laboratory mission and its task is to investigate the climate and geology of Mars, including looking for signs that it…

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Curiosity rover decides—by itself—what to investigate on Mars

Curiosity rover decides—by itself—what to investigate on Mars

Curiosity rover decides—by itself—what to investigate on Mars NASA’s Curiosity rover landed on Mars in 2012, in part to analyze rocks to see whether the Red Planet was ever habitable (or inhabited). But now the robot has gone off script, picking out its own targets for analysis—precisely as planned. Directing a robot’s every move from another planet isn’t easy. Communication with programmers can be delayed by hours, thanks to issues with bandwidth and the alignment of relay satellites and antennas. So Curiosity was programmed to fill communications gaps by aiming…

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New superglue could seal the deal for stretchable batteries, soft robots

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New superglue could seal the deal for stretchable batteries, soft robots New ‘superglue’ could seal the deal for stretchable batteries, soft robots Superglue is great for fixing busted bookshelves, suitcase wheels, and—of course—shoes. But what if you want to fuse something a little more jiggly, like the gel cushions used to pad crumbling spinal discs? You’d be out of luck, until now. That’s because scientists have created a new kind of glue that can bond hard and soft substances to hydrogels, Jello-like materials used in everything from medical devices to…

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Meet the NAGBOT: Robot that can monitor household activity and remind you to clean and put the milk away

Meet the NAGBOT: Robot that can monitor household activity and remind you to clean and put the milk away

Meet the NAGBOT: Robot that can monitor household activity and remind you to clean and put the milk away The average person forgets to do three things around the house everyday. So instead of your roommate or spouse griping about the milk being left out, researches built a robot that learns your household activity patterns to send out a quiet reminder when you forget something. Using a Kinect sensor, Watch-Bot employs an unsupervised learning program to detect missed activities and a laser to point out the related object as a…

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Watch this robot construct the world’s biggest botmade building by itself

Watch this robot construct the world’s biggest botmade building by itselfImage result for Watch this robot construct the world’s biggest botmade building by itself

Watch this robot construct the world’s biggest botmade building by itself In just half a day, a new type of robot built an igloo-shaped building half the diameter of the U.S. Capitol dome—all by itself. In the future, such autonomous machines could assemble entire towns, create wacky Dr. Seuss–like structures, and even prepare the moon for its first human colony. “It’s an impressive project,” says Matthias Kohler, an architect who studies autonomous construction at ETH Zurich in Switzerland, but was not involved in the work. People have experimented with many…

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This robotic exoskeleton could help prevent falls in the elderly

This robotic exoskeleton could help prevent falls in the elderly

This robotic exoskeleton could help prevent falls in the elderly Robotic : The words “robotic exoskeleton” probably bring to mind futuristic soldiers and sci-fi flicks like Aliens, Iron Man, or The Wrong Trousers. But despite military efforts to create such technology, it might show up somewhere less glamorous first: nursing homes. Researchers in Italy and Switzerland have developed a prototype device that can detect a slip in progress and help its wearer avoid falling. If perfected, a system like this could one day help millions of elderly people and amputees…

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Bad bots do good: Random artificial intelligence helps people coordinate

Bad bots do good: Random artificial intelligence helps people coordinate

Bad bots do good: Random artificial intelligence helps people coordinate Bad bots : Unpredictable artificial intelligence (AI) doesn’t sound like a good thing. But a new study shows that computers that behave randomly can push us to better coordinate our actions with others and accomplish tasks more quickly. The approach could ease traffic flow, improve corporate strategy, and possibly even tighten marriages. If you want a project to do well, it’s not enough to have its members get along; they need to share a game plan. One solution is top-down…

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Scientists discover a sixth sense on the tongue—for water

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Scientists discover a sixth sense on the tongue—for water Scientists : Viewed under a microscope, your tongue is an alien landscape, studded by fringed and bumpy buds that sense five basic tastes: salty, sour, sweet, bitter, and umami. But mammalian taste buds may have an additional sixth sense—for water, a new study suggests. The finding could help explain how animals can tell water from other fluids, and it adds new fodder to a centuries-old debate: Does water have a taste of its own, or is it a mere vehicle for…

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This new surgical procedure could lead to lifelike prosthetic limbs

This new surgical procedure could lead to lifelike prosthetic limbs

This new surgical procedure could lead to lifelike prosthetic limbs Medicine has progressed a lot since the Civil War, but amputations haven’t. Once a limb is sliced off, surgeons wrap muscle around the raw end, bury nerve endings, and often attach a fixed prosthesis that is nowhere near as agile as the flesh-and-blood original. Better robotic limbs are available, but engineers are still figuring out how to attach them to people and give users fine motor control. Now, a team of researchers and clinicians has developed a simple surgical technique…

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Scientists imbue robots with curiosity

Scientists imbue robots with curiosity

Scientists imbue robots with curiosity Scientists : In a twist on artificial intelligence (AI), computer scientists have programmed machines to be curious—to explore their surroundings on their own and learn for the sake of learning. The new approach could allow robots to learn even faster than they can now. Someday they might even surpass human scientists in forming hypotheses and pushing the frontiers of what’s known. “Developing curiosity is a problem that’s core to intelligence,” says George Konidaris, a computer scientist who runs the Intelligent Robot Lab at Brown University…

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Video: Tiny robot walks, jumps on water

Video: Tiny robot walks, jumps on water

Video: Tiny robot walks, jumps on water Researchers have designed and built a tiny robot that not only walks on water, but leaps free from its surface, talents that mimic the water strider. The insects are so light they ride high on the water’s surface, and they use the especially hairy feet on their middle set of legs to row their way across the water. Previously, engineers have designed striderlike robots that can walk on water, too, but they’ve never been able to duplicate the insect’s ability to jump and…

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Robo-suit and virtual reality reverse some paralysis in people with spinal cord injuries

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Robo-suit and virtual reality reverse some paralysis in people with spinal cord injuries Virtual : Two years ago, just before leading a controversial demonstration at the World Cup in which a paralyzed man in a futuristic-looking exoskeleton controlled by his brain appeared to kick a soccer ball, neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis hinted in an interview that his research team would aim for something equally impressive to grab the world’s attention during the 2016 Summer Olympics in his native Brazil. In a study published today, Nicolelis makes his bid. He and colleagues…

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Robots to be made more HUMAN-LIKE as scientists give androids touch sensitive bionic skin

Robots to be made more HUMAN-LIKE as scientists give androids touch sensitive bionic skin

Robots to be made more HUMAN-LIKE as scientists give androids touch sensitive bionic skin RESEARCHERS have developed a ‘bionic skin’ which will be able to give robots a sense of touch. The aim to make robots as human-like as possible with the likes of artificial intelligence is in full swing, and researchers have now created a 3D printed, stretchable bionic skin which will allow the machines to sense objects through touch. Initially, the skin will be used on surgical devices to benefit medical professionals who are using machines for micro-surgery.…

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Robots will take over the workplace, tech experts warn

Robots will take over the workplace, tech experts warn

Robots will take over the workplace, tech experts warn ROBOTS will take over the workplace in the future but they need to adapt to us, not the other way round, scientific experts have warned.   Robots need to improve but could take over your job   Robots  : There are currently just four problems with robot technology that stop the mechanical creations being effective in everyday employment, but boffins are working to rectify these issues as quickly as possible. Firstly, robots are incapable of anticipating human behaviour and commonplace needs.…

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Robotic stingray powered by light-activated muscle cells

Robotic stingray powered by light-activated muscle cells

Robotic stingray powered by light-activated muscle cells Robotic : Kevin Kit Parker wants to build a human heart. His young daughter loves the New England Aquarium in Boston. In this Science report, father’s and daughter’s obsessions have combined in an unlikely creation: a nickel-sized artificial stingray whose swimming is guided by light and powered by rat heart muscle cells.  Incorporating advances in engineering, cell culture, genetics, and biomechanics, the “living” robot is “clearly a technical tour de force,” says Adam Summers, an integrative biologist at the University of Washington, Seattle. And…

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Watch China’s Donald Trump show off his robotic maids

Watch China’s Donald Trump show off his robotic maids

Watch China’s Donald Trump show off his robotic maids China’s : If there’s one thing we know about Donald Trump, it’s that he likes showing off and talking about how rich he is, often in the most tasteless ways imaginable. A tycoon in China has apparently picked up some pointers from Trump on how to flaunt his wealth in truly obnoxious ways by going shopping with the help of eight robotic maids that carry his purchases, bring him tea and more. Via Mashable, the story of the man’s robot-assisted shopping excursion was…

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Stay calm, citizens: Russia’s gun-wielding robot is definitely ‘not Terminator’

Stay calm, citizens: Russia’s gun-wielding robot is definitely ‘not Terminator’russian terminator robot

Stay calm, citizens: Russia’s gun-wielding robot is definitely ‘not Terminator’ citizens : When it comes to fears of robots taking over the world, mental images inspired by Terminator immediately spring to mind. But if robots really were going to wage war against their creators some day, they wouldn’t be walking around with guns, would they? Thanks to Russia’s new military robot, a future filled with armed humanoid machines might actually be in the cards. Russia’s FEDOR robot has two arms, two legs, a head and a torso. It’s basically the…

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This bipedal running robot is the last thing you’ll see before robots claim the Earth

This bipedal running robot is the last thing you’ll see before robots claim the Earth

This bipedal running robot is the last thing you’ll see before robots claim the Earth Robotics engineers with companies like Boston Dynamics have been hard at work on complex computer systems paired with motion sensors and gyroscopes to give their bipedal robots the stability they need to, well, be useful. But what if such robots didn’t need computers to help them remain upright? A new robot design called the Planar Elliptical Runner, engineered and built by the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition in Florida, can not only run via…

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Cool Jobs: Wide world of robots

Cool Jobs: Wide world of robots

Cool Jobs: Wide world of robots The machines can help with everything from surgery to disaster response Snake robots built by Howie Choset’s team can twist in many directions and move — slithering, swimming — like their namesake animal. HOWIE CHOSET This is one in a series on careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics made possible by support from the Northrop Grumman Foundation. When you think of robots, you might think of something like Wall-E — a machine designed to perform boring tasks, such as compacting trash. But engineers today are…

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Robo-roach squeezes through tight spaces

Robo-roach squeezes through tight spaces

Robo-roach squeezes through tight spaces   Cluttered terrain won’t block this cockroach-bot. Its sleek, rounded shell lets the new six-legged robot scurry through tight spaces. Known as a robo-roach, it’s short and squat. It sort of resembles a clunky smartphone with legs. Such a bulky body poses few problems when trekking over flat surfaces. But it can get stuck when it travels between upright features. Bots tend to bump into these obstacles — unless it’s wearing a roach-style shell. COCKROACH STYLE To scurry through an obstacle course of upright paper…

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Speedy springy robot ‘Salto’ catches some serious air

Speedy, springy robot 'Salto' catches some serious air

Speedy springy robot ‘Salto’ catches some serious air One day, lightweight robots like Salto could help search rubble at disaster sites Speedy : This lightweight robot, nicknamed Salto, uses a twisted spring to quickly jump a meter (more than 3 feet) from floor to wall. Someday, researchers say, robots like it could help search through rubble at disaster sites. STEPHEN MCNALLY AND ROXANNE MAKASDJIAN/UC BERKELEY Meet the robot that can do crazy acrobatics. Salto is a lightweight bot that stands on one skinny leg like a flamingo. But unlike a…

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Lost in the woods? A drone may find you

Lost in the woods? A drone may find you

Lost in the woods? A drone may find you Each year, hikers and mountain bikers get lost or injured in the wilderness. Search and rescue efforts can involve 20 or more people. But a new “smart” drone can follow hiking trails without a pilot’s assistance. This could allow rescuers to search more efficiently, scientists report. In the United States alone, as many as 34 million hikers hit the trails each year. Some of those trekkers invariably get lost. To find them, a small army of rescuers may scour the woods…

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Tiny microrobots team up and move full-size car

Tiny microrobots team up and move full-size car

Tiny microrobots team up and move full-size car   Scientists create itty bitty robots that work together like ants to move immense objects Microrobots : A group of ants can move objects many times larger and heavier than themselves. This ability inspired a team of researchers to develop small robots that can do the same thing. The team created 29-millimeter (1.1-inch) long robots that can get a firm grip on the ground. In tests, six of the ‘bots have just worked together to tow a full-size car. They didn’t move…

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Teaching robots right from wrong

Teaching robots right from wrong

Teaching robots right from wrong   Scientists and philosophers team up to help robots make good choices Teaching : You’re rushing across the school parking lot to get to your first class on time when you notice a friend is in trouble. She’s texting and listening to music on her headphones. Unawares, she’s also heading straight for a gaping hole in the sidewalk. What do you do? The answer seems pretty simple: Run over and try to stop her before she hurts herself. Who cares if you might be a…

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‘Pooper-scooper’ drone cleans up dog poo so you don’t step in it: Aerial craft searches for animal waste then sends a rolling robot to collect it

'Pooper-scooper' drone cleans up dog poo so you don't step in it: Aerial craft searches for animal waste then sends a rolling robot to collect it Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4362400/Pooper-scooper-drone-designed-clean-dog-poo.html#ixzz4cnnfODPN Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

‘Pooper-scooper’ drone cleans up dog poo so you don’t step in it: Aerial craft searches for animal waste then sends a rolling robot to collect it Pooper : A Dutch startup is set to release a fleet of ‘drones’ to combat the 220 million pounds of dog droppings left on the Netherlands’ streets each year. Called Dogdrones, the vehicles will work together as a team to detect and scoop up the poop. The aerial drone is fitted with cameras and thermal energy technology that transmits GPS coordinates of the feces…

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Six jobs are eliminated for EVERY robot introduced into the workforce, new report reveals

Six jobs are eliminated for EVERY robot introduced into the workforce, new report reveals Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4361808/Six-jobs-eliminated-robot-workforce.html#ixzz4cnkv1VIi Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Six jobs are eliminated for EVERY robot introduced into the workforce, new report reveals Eliminated : People have been losing jobs to robots since the 1990’s, a new report has revealed. When one or more robots was introduced into the workforce between 1990 and 2007, it led to the elimination of an average of six jobs. During those years, robots accounted for the loss of about 670,000 manufacturing jobs, and this is expected to rise in the coming years as robots continue to take over tasks previously performed by people.…

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The buggy reboot by joey ruiter

the buggy reboot by joey ruiter

The buggy reboot by joey ruiter by unleashing his design philosophy on the automobile – particularly the notion of a city car – grand rapids-based designer joey ruiter has developed a back-to-the-basics all-wheel drive vehicle in a project entitled ‘reboot buggy’. built from scratch, the initiative – which commenced earlier in 2013 – investigates what a car would be like without a ‘user-centered’ philosophy: ‘the fluff, the marketing, the gadgets, the nicknacks, and the do-dads are overwhelming’ says ruiter. ‘its basically an exercise in creating a capable vehicle with really…

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Alpha 5 rocks a crop top in new Power Rangers photos

Alpha 5 rocks a crop top in new Power Rangers photos

Alpha 5 rocks a crop top in new Power Rangers photos (Image: Power Rangers/IGN) (Image: Power Rangers/IGN) The upcoming Power Rangers movie is already an adaptation of a series that a lot of fans associate with the ’90s, but the people behind the film’s slightly bizarre aesthetic aren’t stopping their nostalgic nods there. If some new photos are anything to go by, Power Rangers will also have some ’90s-inspired styling cues for us to enjoy as well. Thanks to IGN, we have our very first look at Bill Hader’s Alpha…

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Robot reporter in China gets its first news article published

Robot reporter in China gets its first news article published

Robot reporter in China gets its first news article published A robot journalist made its debut in a Chinese daily today with a 300 characters-long article written in just a second, scientists say. A robot journalist made its debut in a Chinese daily today with a 300 characters-long article written in just a second, scientists say. The article, published in the Guangzhou-based Southern Metropolis Daily, focused on the Spring Festival travel rush. Its author, Xiao Nan, took only a second to finish writing the piece and is able to write both…

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Researchers identify a way for six-legged robots to run faster

Researchers identify a way for six-legged robots to run faster

Researchers identify a way for six-legged robots to run faster To make insect-inspired robots run faster, Swiss researchers have found a new way by which six-legged insects increase their walking speed. Effecting a breakthrough in making insect-inspired robots run faster, Swiss researchers, led by an Indian-origin scientist, have found a new way by which six-legged insects increase their walking speed. Six-legged insects run fastest using a three-legged, or “tripod” gait where they have three legs on the ground at all times — two on one side of their body and one…

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Scientists develop partially living 3D printed bio bots to lay principles for future builds

Scientists develop partially living 3D printed bio bots to lay principles for future builds

Scientists develop partially living 3D printed bio bots to lay principles for future builds Researchers at University of Illinois in the US made a soft 3D printed scaffold measuring a centimetre or two in length and seeded it with muscle cells.   Scientists have 3D printed small, soft bio-bots with living tissues that can not only walk and swim, but also have the ability to age as well as heal if there is an injury. Researchers at University of Illinois in the US made a soft 3D printed scaffold measuring a…

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Pieces of Star Wars Tech Now a Reality (list)

Pieces of Star Wars Tech Now a Reality (list)

Pieces of Star Wars Tech Now a Reality (list) Pieces : Star Wars was ahead of its time and, obviously, Mr. George Lucas is the ish! He imagined an awe inspiring sci-fi world that has become embedded in our memories forever. We all ooohed and aaaahed at all the high-tech gadgets throughout all of the films, wishing we could all play with lightsabers and have our own R2-D2s. Turns out, some of the Star Wars tech can be found in our universe today and some might come to fruition in…

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Review: LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – Super Hero Airport Battle

Review: LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – Super Hero Airport Battle

Review LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – Super Hero Airport Battle Out of the three Captain America: Civil War sets released by Lego, the Super Hero Airport Battle has to be the one most fans, and collectors, are looking forward to. Coming equipped with a host of playability features, minifigures significant and central to the movie, and a first-time ever inclusion that is taking things to a giant scale… With the bad taste washing away from Dawn of Justice, Civil War represents a chance for comic book fans to go back to…

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Star Wars Propel Battle Drones review

Star Wars Propel Battle Drones review

Star Wars Propel Battle Drones review WHAT ARE THE STAR WARS BATTLE DRONES? Propel : Any Star Wars fan has probably imagined piloting an X-Wing during the Death Star trench run, or the Millennium Falcon during the infamous Kessel Run – to see if it could indeed complete it in less than 12 parsecs. Until now, that probably meant a couple of inanimate Star Wars figurines and plenty of imagination. With Propel’s Star Wars Battle Drones, we finally get a chance to pilot some of the Star Wars universe’s most…

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Robot Wars LIVE – We Visit the Filming!

Robot Wars LIVE - We Visit the Filming!

Robot Wars LIVE – We Visit the Filming! Fans of the iconic Robot Wars series excitedly received news that the show would be making a return to our screens this year – and what a return it looks set to be! Those who were unable to wait for the screening of the new series made their way to various locations in the UK to see it actually being filmed as a lucky member of the audience! And guess who was there too…? That’s right, your faithful writer grabbed himself a…

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Stars of TV show Robot Wars come to Whitley Bay

Stars of TV show Robot Wars come to Whitley Bay

Stars of TV show Robot Wars come to Whitley Bay Stars : Robot Wars took to the streets of Whitley Bay where shoppers were able to watch demonstrations of the monster machines in battle FANS of the hit TV show Robot Wars descended on a town centre to watch monster machines battle against each other. A special arena was set up on Whitley Road, in Whitley Bay, yesterday where demonstrations were held for shoppers. Among the robots on show were Major Damage, a 960kg device with a crushing jaw, flame…

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CGI Pioneer ‘ReBoot’ Reboots With ‘The Guardian Code’

CGI Pioneer ‘ReBoot’ Reboots With ‘The Guardian Code’

CGI Pioneer ‘ReBoot’ Reboots With ‘The Guardian Code’ Pioneer : ReBoot, television’s first fully computer-generated animation series, is celebrating the recent passing of its 20th anniversary with a new 26-episode upgrade. Vancouver-based Mainframe Entertainment, a subsidiary of Rainmaker Entertainment, has commenced production on ReBoot: The Guardian Code, “a hybrid live-action/CG-animated series,” with an announcement made today at Banff World Media Festival by Rainmaker president Michael Hefferon and Canadian media broadcaster Corus Entertainment. The series will be distributed outside of Canada by The Weinstein Company/Dimension Television. “The new ReBoot will feature…

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JAMES CAMERON IN EARLY TALKS WITH TIM MILLER TO REBOOT THE TERMINATOR

JAMES CAMERON IN EARLY TALKS WITH TIM MILLER TO REBOOT THE TERMINATOR

JAMES CAMERON IN EARLY TALKS WITH TIM MILLER TO REBOOT THE TERMINATOR Well, I certainly didn’t see that coming. After the disappointing reception which TERMINATOR: GENISYS received, it seemed that the TERMINATOR franchise was finally buried once and for all, but, according to Deadline, none other than James Cameron himself will be bringing the character back from the dead. James Cameron will regain certain rights to THE TERMINATOR in 2019, and the outlet reports that he will be “godfathering a new iteration of the film that might finally get it…

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