SmartInversion is a helium-filled flying object that moves through the air by turning inside-out. This constant, rhythmically pulsating movement is known as inversion and gives the flight model its name.
The LS3 platform is designed with the squad in mind and is therefore significantly quieter, faster and has a much higher carrying capacity (+100lbs) for longer mission durations than DARPA’s earlier mobility technology demonstrator BigDog By DARPA/Boston Dynamics, who also brought us BigDog (also see this spoof), LittleDog and AlphaDog (again, via teusje)
RL7 is an eight foot tall combat robot. Only problem is he’s starting to remember once being human. Now on the run from an all powerful corporation that will stop at nothing to destroy him RL7 desperately searches for the truth behind his mysterious memories before it’s too late. Now this thing ain’t even a […]
A lonely desk toy longs for escape from the dark confines of the office, so he takes a cross country road trip to the Pacific Coast in the only way he can – using a toy car and Google Maps Street View. Utterly brilliant video. Awesome idea, very well executed! Soundtrack by The Cinematic Orchestra, […]
From Boston Dynamics, who also brought us BigDog (also see this spoof), LittleDog and AlphaDog
BigDog‘s big — and LittleDog‘s bigger — brother. By the looks of it, it also has a new trick up its sleeve: rollover. Neat!
Talking about robots here’s the Three laws of Robotics, HTML style: Disallow: /harming/humans Disallow: /ignoring/human/orders Disallow: /harm/to/self Source: Last.fm robots.txt
Premature BigDog footage: ROFLMAO! 😀