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‘Swarm’ furniture that comes to you – Roombots are coming soon www.shazzarazza.com

‘Swarm’ furniture that comes to you – Roombots are coming soon www.shazzarazza.com

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3ders.org - Joris Laarman 3D printed first metal chair, introducing 3D printed chair you can download now | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing Ne...

3ders.org - Joris Laarman 3D printed first metal chair, introducing 3D printed chair you can download now | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing Ne...

robo mule, or whatever they call it now

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Yacht lounge chair / recessed / teak - teaky beach - Opacmare

Yacht lounge chair / recessed / teak - teaky beach - Opacmare

3ders.org - The Ripple Maker combines inkjet and 3D printing to print any imagine in coffee foam | 25/6/15

3ders.org - The Ripple Maker combines inkjet and 3D printing to print any imagine in coffee foam | 25/6/15

Avegant CTO Dr Allan Evans testing the latest Glyph design

Avegant CTO Dr Allan Evans testing the latest Glyph design

Fire-fighting robots are indeed coming closer and closer to common use. While some of them are intended to actually put out the flames, others are designed more to scout out structures before human firefighters enter, letting those people know how to safely get around and where to concentrate their efforts. One of the latest machines in the second category is the self-balancing Firefighting Robot (FFR), being developed at the University of California, San Diego.

Fire-fighting robots are indeed coming closer and closer to common use. While some of them are intended to actually put out the flames, others are designed more to scout out structures before human firefighters enter, letting those people know how to safely get around and where to concentrate their efforts. One of the latest machines in the second category is the self-balancing Firefighting Robot (FFR), being developed at the University of California, San Diego.

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