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A joint team of engineers from Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have created the world’s first ever robot that can assemble itself.

A joint team of engineers from Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have created the world’s first ever robot that can assemble itself. you mean a transformer

Uncle John's Bathroom Reader Robotica by Bathroom Readers' Institute

Uncle John's Bathroom Reader Robotica by Bathroom Readers' Institute

The 3D Printer- Printing paper is not the only things printers can do

The 3D Printer- Printing paper is not the only things printers can do

Rise Of The Insect Drones 1-29-14  "Nature spent millions of years perfecting flapping-wing flight. Now engineers can reproduce it with machines." Engineers will NEVER be able to come close to replicating a bee. A bee, or any pollinator, is more than a collection of wires and sensors. There is an intelligence there only gained thru millions of years trial and error that an invention in a lab has no way of matching.

The Harvard Monolithic Bee (Mobee), a tiny millimeter-scale flapping wing robotic insect produced using Printed Circuit MEMS (PC-MEMS) techniques and featuring pop-up book inspired assembly.

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Gallery: The Coolest Robots On Display at the Unmanned Systems Show 2012

Here Is the Latest In Terrifying Robot Muscle Technology.

Humanoid Robots - Kenshiro Has Muscles and Ligaments and More amazing human-like robots

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We can rebuild him: Philadelphia hackers offer brotherly love to fallen robot

Assemble Melbourne Office | Yellowtrace

Assemble Melbourne Office

Assemble Melbourne created a spectacular ceiling installation to combat the echoing in an open office, covering a labyrinth of ugly services underneath.

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