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Developing ROS programs for the Sphero robot

You probably know the Sphero robot. It is a small robot with the shape of a ball. In case that you have one, you must know that it is possible to control it using ROS, by installing in your computer t...
13 March 2017, by

8 robotic toys for the holidays (2013)

Frank Tobe's holiday gift ideas for robot fans....
25 November 2013, by

A glimpse at our robotic future: 235 start-ups reviewed

Robotic start-up companies range from the whimsical to the amazing, from futuristic to topical, and from hubs of robotic activity in Silicon Valley, Boston, New York City (a new hub) and Switzerland t...
27 September 2013, by

Orbotix introduces Sphero 2.0

http://youtu.be/5Bg88VkWGOQ There's not much more about Sphero 2.0 on the Orbotix website other than this two-minute video, but Evan Ackerman of Automaton has a little more information. The followi...
15 August 2013, by

2013 robotic gimmicks, gadgets and toys

Toys often precede more serious inventions. So, putting judgement aside, and withholding laughs and other "tells", here are some new robotic toys and gadgets hitting the market this year....
26 February 2013, by

Sphero, with Ian Bernstein

Link to audio file (25:10)In today’s episode, Per Sjoborg speaks with Ian Bernstein about the hugely successful Sphero robot and the company he co-founded, Orbotix....
14 December 2012, by



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$160 million for 14 VC-funded robotic companies in 2011

Travis Deyle, is a postdoc researcher at Duke and a recent PhD from GA Tech's School of Electrical and Computer Engineering where he was a member of the Healthcare Robotics Lab and a frequent blogger ...
03 March 2012, by

$160 million for 14 VC-funded robotic companies in 2011

By Frank Tobe, editor/publisher, The Robot ReportTravis Deyle, is a postdoc researcher at Duke and a recent PhD from GA Tech's School of Electrical and Computer Engineering where he was a member of th...
03 March 2012, by

CES 2012 and Consumer Robotics: Informative yet confusing… and bad food!

CES 2012 was a mammoth display of the trend toward smart, connected devices for every form of consumer activity: toys, appliances, entertainment, health, mobility, etc. More than 20,000 new products w...
16 January 2012, by

CES 2012 and Consumer Robotics: Informative yet confusing… and bad food!

CES 2012 was a mammoth display of the trend toward smart, connected devices for every form of consumer activity: toys, appliances, entertainment, health, mobility, etc. More than 20,000 new products w...
16 January 2012, by

Is 2012 the year that robot applications take root?

Tell us what apps you want. In July of 2008, the app store concept was launched by Apple and it has dramatically changed the mobile industry. Over 1.2 billion apps were downloaded between Chris...
02 January 2012, by







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