Scientists at the University of New South Wales want to implant the Phoenix99 bionic eye in 12 patients over the next two years.
Engineer James Hobson built himself an exoskeleton that allowed him to easily lift a 2,524lb Mini Cooper.
One star of CES 2016 is faster and more stable in response to customer feedback.
AirMap is looking to build the air traffic management system of the future.
We discuss why the drone industry should be more concerned about laws on the local level than the FAA regulations.
The eagles take the drone down to the ground to an area that appears to be a nest.
Watch the first video captured by GoPro’s drone camera, which is expected to be available in the first half of 2016.
A drone hobbyist in South Africa captures some rare footage of a swarm of bees attacking his quadcopter.
A look at noteworthy robots on Indiegogo and Kickstarter that need your support.
Aerial footage shot near the border with Croatia shows hundreds of migrants crossing Slovenian farmland on foot.
A side-by-side comparison of the Dyson 360 Eye and iRobot Roomba 980 robot vacuums.
We chat with Jonathan Rupprecht, a leading drone and aviation lawyer, about the impending drone registration and the implications for hobbyists.
We discuss Open Bionics’ Frozen, Iron Man, and Star Wars robot hands and what Disney-themed characters might be used in the future.
The drone delivery took five minutes in a remote part of Singapore and a postman received the goods after the drone safely landed.
Migrant refugees from the Middle East continue to enter Hungary despite a barbed wire fence along the border. Drone footage from the Associated Press shows crowds walking along train tracks near the border.
The drone enthusiast recently used his DJI Phantom 2 quadcopter, equipped with fishing line and a camera, to catch a small bluegill fish. He used a fake worm for the bait and flies the fish back to shore.
Posti, the Finnish postal service, started experimenting with drone delivery. A custom drone will deliver packages to customers in Helsinki, between the mainland and an island just off shore.
A UK inventor tests out a 54-propellor super drone called Swarm because its propellers make a noise resembling a swarm of bees.
The tiny drones build a map of a building’s environment to give first responders a look inside.
MultiFab was built using low-cost, off-the-shelf components that cost around $7,000 total.
Nathan Kirwan, paralyzed from the chest down, is taking 55,000 steps over the next five months, with the help of an exoskeleton, to raise money and help Ireland keep its only publicly-available exoskeleton.
A new unpowered exoskeleton boot makes walking more efficient, by engaging a spring in parallel with the Achilles tendon.
Will artificial intelligence help improve the human race or wipe it out completely? The debate continues.
More robots are launching on crowdfunding websites such as Kickstarter. We compiled the 10 most successfully funded robots to ever appear on Kickstarter, including drones, robot printers, robot bartenders and more.
ChihiraAico uses 43 pneumatic actuators for its movements, including 24 in its shoulders, arms and hands and 15 in the face. She can move her hands and communicate in Japanese sign language. She can also be happy, irritated or sad – and even cry.