This has to be the most unique tattoo in the world. It is the world's first tattoo created by an industrial robot. The process of programming this massive machine to actually work in such a precise and intricate way is incredible. First, a picture of the body part being tattooed is scanned into a computer, which is translated into a code that the robot can understand. Everyone is nervously standing by when the machine is first tested on a human, but the result is perfect. View Now
We have all seen how devastating they can be in movies, but reality is much worse. An estimated 10 people are killed daily by landmines. Massoud Hassani is looking to change that statistic with his latest invention. The Mine Kafon Drone is a faster, cheaper and safer way to clear landmines. It is a robotic drone that can fly over areas to map out, find and detonate landmines. View Now
Building a home isn't always the fastest process, but new technology is hoping to change that. Fastbrick Robotics came up with a giant robot that can lay bricks with laser precision. The Australian company claims that in just two days, this machine can build all of the walls needed for a standard home. The machine's speed and accuracy are crazy to watch. View Now
Every entrepreneur knows marketing is everything. Without a pitch, you've got no gas!
For this creative guy from Sioux Falls in South Dakota, an empty roof means an empty canvas. Of all the things he could write, this civic-minded resident has a friendly message for the thousands who fly directly over his roof every day. He's basically running a private marketing campaign for Sioux Falls!
We've never cared about $5 pizza specials until we saw this hilarious roadside robot replace the human sign flipper.
A six-foot walking robot and an entourage of scientists is probably the LAST thing you'd expect to see on your daily walk. And it's not even science fiction!
The Massachusetts woman and her pet pooch who shot this grainy footage witnessed the latest real-life field test of Google-owned Boston Dynamics's Agile Anthropomorphic Robot, or, the Atlas. Until now this human-like robot has been quarantined to a safe (for the robot), easy-to-control laboratory environment.
Computers have been making music since the age of disco. However, the Floppotron and its creative category of music composition take computer composition to an ENTIRELY new epic level.
This is no single computer program but actually an orchestra of dozens of computer hard drives linked to each other and calibrated as instruments to actually play music! Best yet, you can make your own music requests!
It's playing an old classic right now....Hawaii Five-O by the Ventures. View Now
Dreamed of an interconnected world where it's possible to hit your knee on the coffee table and start your car in the garage? Well, tomorrow's finally today with the Knocki, the "smart" remote control that can literally program any surface to communicate with electronic devices.
This evolutionary next step in "smart tech" is completely crowd-funded. It's Kickstarter campaign is so successful that people around the world have invested 32 times more dollars than the Knocki's creators originally prepared for. View Now
Even though it's April Fool's Day, we have a feeling this isn't a joke. Ricky Ma, a products and graphics designer who lives in Hong Kong, built a life-like robot that looks just like Scarlett Johansson, although he stops short of confirming that's who he modeled "her" after. Take a look at what she can do. View Now
Sometimes you want to get “turnt," but no one else is on your level. Thanks to a lonely inventor in South Korea, you’ll never have to drink alone again. The saucy gadget appropriately named "Drinky" isn’t afraid to throw back a cold one right along with you.
The man behind the brilliant machine also provided some backstory about his genius invention: View Now
Someday cars will drive themselves autonomously, but there must be technological baby steps before that happens. Tesla just took a big baby step with a recent software update for their Model S vehicles. The update has an advanced version of autopilot that uses the cars sensors and cameras to drive with traffic, switch lanes, and yield to traffic signals. View Now
Team USA MegaBots Giant Robot MK II needs your donations via Kickstarter for upgrade in order to take down the giant robot from Japan called Kuratas. Check out this special message from Howe & Howe on their companies plans to renovate the bot. View Now
This prank video will have you rolling on the floor laughing at these poor fast food workers. They open the drive-thru window to reveal that their customer is actually a robot with artificial intelligence and is pretty sassy. View Now
As you may remember Team USA Megabots challenged Team Japan Suidobashi Heavy Industries to a giant robot duel. The giant robots are MK II from Team USA and Kuratas from Team Japan. Team Japan accepted the duel and it slated for next year. View Now
Aloft Hotel features a robot butler that brings you room service. The robot is called A.L.O. Botlr, short for robot butler. The robot weighs 100 pounds and is 3 feet tall. These robots will not replace human employees; it will just free them up to handle more important tasks.
Japan has one year to prepare for the most epic giant robot duel ever. MegaBots has created the first fully functional giant piloted robot and has called out SUIDOBASHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES's giant robot Kuratas via social media. The gauntlet has been thrown.
UPDATE: JAPAN ACCEPTSView Now
With 10 movies, 3 TV shows, 31 comic book tie-ins, and 5 short films pertaining to the "Marvel Cinematic Universe" out there, here's a handy 7-minute recap of all you need to know to get ready (and super pumped!) for the latest installment, Avengers: Age of Ultron. View Now
Folklore legend John Henry may have beaten his steam-powerd foe, but the RU 800 S makes its mechanical predecessors look like kids playing with a toy train set. Maybe Henry could move on to a less stressful profession, like becoming a florist - oh, wait, nevermind. View Now
You've been there before: You're in a retail store of any kind and you need some sort of assistance from an employee to help answer a question or find what you're looking for. In steps (glides?) Orchard, the first robot that acts as an assistant retailer with Autonomous Retail Service Robot (ARSR) technology built in to make the in-store experience a bit better in a hardware store. View Now
There are so many inventive ways to carve a pumpkin. You can have a squirrel buddy help out. You can use power tools. Employees at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, however, just might be the most inventive. View Now