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NASA Announces Winners of Hurricane-Tracking Design Contest

Three winning student-created designs for tracking data on Hurricanes and associated weather systems were announced July 8 by NASA for the agency’s 2013-2014 University Aeronautics Engineering Design Challenge. Check out this report to learn the fascinating details!

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BAE Systems Predicts Aircraft Transformers

'Transformer Aircraft Predicted! BAE (British Aerospace Engineering) believes future drones will fly as a single aircraft, split into parts to perform various sorties, then reassemble into a single platform to fly home. Check out this amazing report!

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British Aerospace Engineering (BAE) Futuristic UAV Concepts

The Ultimate Adaptable Task Force. BAE engineers recently speculated that 3D printers may be so advanced by 2040 that small unmanned aircraft could be created on demand, in whatever numbers needed, for enduring wide area surveillance or pinpoint search and rescue. Moreover, the aircraft could include …

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Flowstone Workshop 13

DMX Robotic Disco Light Protocol

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Flowstone Workshop 12

Human Interface Devices

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Flowstone Workshop 11 Part 2

Servo Erector Set - Part 2

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2013 Holiday Gift Guide

What special gifts will best please the roboticist in your family or among your friends? Check out the following when considering holiday gifts this joyous season! Orion Robotics www.orionrobotics.com  (800) 535-916 Universal Robot Feedback Arm Orion’s 6-DOF robot arm has a long reach in its class, and at …

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Flowstone Workshop 11 – Part 1

Servo Erector Set - Part 1

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The R25 Robokind Launching on Kickstarter!

ROBOKIND www.robokindrobots.com R25 Humanoid Scheduled for a Kickstarter Campaign; will Teach Computer Science and much more! The Robokind R25 humanoid is a revolutionary tool designed for several uses, including teaching computer science and for use in programs for autistic children. If you are benefactor who supports …

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Night Flying!

At a recent multirotor fun fly held at the Palomar RC Flyers Johnson Flying Field, Fallbrook, California, club members and guests from across the country flew multirotors and helis day and night. Also flown was a flying wing,

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Flowstone Workshop 10 Part 3

How To Really Program A Humanoid Robot - Part 3

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Robots Podcast #135: Jonathon Roberts, autonomous systems

The latest competition news courtesy of: “All the news that’s fit to assimilate” “As Director of the Autonomous Systems Laboratory in CSIRO’s ICT Centre [Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Information and Communication Technologies], Dr. Roberts leads more than 45 scientists and engineers. Research in …

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MIT Study Locates Stored Memories in Brain

The latest competition news courtesy of: “All the news that’s fit to assimilate” Scientists have long pondered the question of how and where the brain stores episodic memories, complex associations of objects, space and time. MIT research led by Susumu Tonegawa reveals new details of the …

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