MIT

  • MIT’s EV-powered Cheetah learns to jump obstacles

    MIT researchers have developed an algorithm for jumping over obstacles with their robotic cheetah. With the security of tethers from above, the Cheetah runs on a treadmill as objects of different sizes are placed in front of it.  Running at 2.4 meters per second, first it faces a 27cm...
  • MIT developed a thumbnail-mounted wireless trackpad, NailO

    Researchers at MIT’s Media Lab are developing a wearable trackpad that is the size of a thumbnail. Inspired by the fashion industry, where nail covers are limited only by imagination, NailO. This wearable allows users to control computers, or connected devices wirelessly, by touching one adjacent finger to the...
  • Self assembling robots will freak you out

    We all know our robot overlords will take over the planet one day, right ? Known as M-Blocks, these cubes move with no external moving parts. The brain child of researchers at MIT, these little robot prototypes are able to climb over and around one another, leap through the...
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