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Aganetha Dyck Works With Live Bees To Make Beautiful Art

Aganetha Dyck Works With Live Bees To Make Beautiful Art

The multi-media artist addresses language and communication, especially between humans and other species- namely bees. By working collaboratively with the bees, Dyck explores our relationship with them,

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Boston Dynamics’ Sand Flea Robot Can Jump 30 Feet Into the Air

Boston Dynamics’ Sand Flea Robot Can Jump 30 Feet Into the Air

The sand flea is one of the natural world's most astounding jumpers, capable of leaping huge distances in a single bound. Inspired this amazing insect, Boston Dynamics has created an 11 pound robot that

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Cambridge Engineers Use LEGO Bricks to Grow Synthetic Bone

Cambridge Engineers Use LEGO Bricks to Grow Synthetic Bone

Designers everywhere continue to wow us with LEGO creations like robotic arms and fully functional printers, and now a group of engineers is even working on using the bright stacking blocks to grow

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Blind Man Test-Drives Google’s Amazing Self-Driving Car

Blind Man Test-Drives Google’s Amazing Self-Driving Car

It might be hard to imagine a scenario where the blind could drive safely, where distractions on the road would not be an issue, and even where fuel consumption could be lowered by a computer-operated car

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Amazon Acquires a Robot Company to Improve Working Conditions In Its Warehouses

Amazon Acquires a Robot Company to Improve Working Conditions In Its Warehouses

On Tuesday, Amazon announced the purchase of Kiva Systems, a company that makes warehouse robots like the ones already being used in inventory and logistics-heavy retailers like Zappos and Staples. This

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New Study Pinpoints Monsanto’s GM Crops as the Reason Butterfly Populations Are In Decline

New Study Pinpoints Monsanto’s GM Crops as the Reason Butterfly Populations Are In Decline

Much like the bee, our beautiful and beloved friend the monarch butterfly has been in steady decline over the last decade. Numerous studies have attributed the drop to a variety of causes, but new

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Water-Harvesting Shenlong Tower for Hong Kong Inspired by Mythical Chinese Rain Dragon

Water-Harvesting Shenlong Tower for Hong Kong Inspired by Mythical Chinese Rain Dragon

Inspired by the spirited ascent of the mythical rain dragon in Chinese mythology, Shenlong Tower not only shows what can be possible when we employ natural processes to industrial endeavours - it is also

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Scientists Use 3D Printer to Create World’s Smallest F1 Car and Other Famous Buildings

Scientists Use 3D Printer to Create World’s Smallest F1 Car and Other Famous Buildings

You generally expect an F1 car to be more impressive than the one you're seeing above. However, this F1 is not what it appears to be. This little replica was created in just four minutes at the Vienna

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DARPA’s Robotic Cheetah Breaks World Land Speed Record

DARPA’s Robotic Cheetah Breaks World Land Speed Record

The researchers at the United States' Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) are geniuses - so far they've invented GPS, stealth technology, and the Internet. Now they've made a massive

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Telesar V is a Groundbreaking Telexistance Robot

Telesar V is a Groundbreaking Telexistance Robot

The groundbreaking Telexitstance Robot Telesar V from researchers at Japan's Keio University could bring us a step closer to a real out of body experience. The creators of Telesar V claim that the robot

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6 Robot Designs That Will Better Our Future

6 Robot Designs That Will Better Our Future

Today, robots have taken on a whole new role that reaches far outside the realm of science fiction. Scientists and engineers have been hard at work developing some of the most innovative robotic machines,

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Transform a Sheet of Paper Into an Awesome Robot with Takashi Tsunoda Monster Cubes

Transform a Sheet of Paper Into an Awesome Robot with Takashi Tsunoda Monster Cubes

Always carting around tons of heavy toys for your little ones to play with on long road trips or flights? Created by Takashi Tsunoda, the Japanese toy designer behind PIPEROID paper robots, Monster

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Cuddly Babyloid Robot Comforts Lonely Senior Citizens

Cuddly Babyloid Robot Comforts Lonely Senior Citizens

The Japanese have a knack for inventing robots to replace human interaction - so far we've seen guide dogs, machines to assist elderly peoples’ movement, and even kissing machines. Now, Japanese

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Sarah Frost Upcycles Thousands of Computer Keys Into Qwerty Wall Art

Sarah Frost Upcycles Thousands of Computer Keys Into Qwerty Wall Art

As more and more people move to thin laptops and sleek tablets, clunky old computer parts are quickly becoming relics of the past. We've seen artists find endless inspiration in these pieces, crafting

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Strook’s Reverse Moss Graffiti Mural Emerges from a Wall of the STUK Arts Centre In Belgium

Strook’s Reverse Moss Graffiti Mural Emerges from a Wall of the STUK Arts Centre In Belgium

The Belgian artists was commissioned by De Invasie and STUK as part of a larger exhibition on sustainable living. A wall along a staircase leading into the centre was covered with moss and Strook used it

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Inhabitat Green Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts for Boys

Inhabitat Green Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts for Boys

Make your little drummer boy's heart skip a beat this Christmas with gifts that are sure to delight and inspire him. Whether the charming lad on your list loves art, construction, robots, cars, dinosaurs

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Harvard Researchers Create Flexible Squid-Inspired Robot For Delicate Tasks

Harvard Researchers Create Flexible Squid-Inspired Robot For Delicate Tasks

Rigid and clunky robots may soon be relegated to the past, as a robotics team from Harvard University just created an ambidextrous automation using flexible polymers. The innovative flexible

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Researchers Developing Cyborg Insects that Draw Energy From Their Own Wings

Researchers Developing Cyborg Insects that Draw Energy From Their Own Wings

Researchers at the University of Michigan are currently working on a line of cyborg insects that would use the energy generated from their own wing motion to power sensors installed in tiny insect

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Duke Researchers Studying Sensor-Equipped Dragonflies To Aid Future Flying Robot Design

Duke Researchers Studying Sensor-Equipped Dragonflies To Aid Future Flying Robot Design

The natural world has inspired a lot of technological innovations, but it seems it could also be aiding in the design of future robots. A team from Duke University is researching dragonflies in order to

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3D Printed Robot Spider Can Save Lives and Analyze Hazardous Surroundings

3D Printed Robot Spider Can Save Lives and Analyze Hazardous Surroundings

Researchers at Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA are developing a mobile spider robot that will bring a new type of aid in disasters and hazardous events. The spider

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Panasonic’s Toy-Sized Evolta Robot Completes Triathalon in Hawaii

Panasonic’s Toy-Sized Evolta Robot Completes Triathalon in Hawaii

Panasonic's Evolta robot recently proved that powerful technology can come in a pint-sized package as it completed a 230 kilometer (142.9 mile) triathlon in Hawaii. The active little robot has previously

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PETMAN: The Anthropomorphic Robot Designed to Test Chemical Protection Clothing

PETMAN: The Anthropomorphic Robot Designed to Test Chemical Protection Clothing

We love robots here at Inhabitat -- from the zero-energy BlueBiped to the first robotic astronaut, they show us how technology can not only benefit us in the present, but also in the future. Robots can

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University of British Columbia Develops Artificial Muscles to Propel Nanobots Through the Body

University of British Columbia Develops Artificial Muscles to Propel Nanobots Through the Body

Nanotechnology has long been heralded as the next generation in medical technology - scientists are currently working on nanobots able to diagnose and heal the body from the inside. With that in mind,

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London’s Heathrow Airport Unveils ULTra Personal Electric Transportation Pods

London’s Heathrow Airport Unveils ULTra Personal Electric Transportation Pods

London’s Heathrow airport has just opened an advanced electric personal shuttle system to the public that is completely automated. The ULTra sustainable personal transit is a futuristic and somewhat

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Microsoft’s “Printing Dress” Displays Tweets as Public Art

Microsoft’s “Printing Dress” Displays Tweets as Public Art

  Ever wished the whole world followed you on Twitter?  With the "printing dress" they don't have to because you can display your tweets across the skirt of this piece of high-tech fashion. Made

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Solar Powered Transformer Robot is our Kind of Autobot

Solar Powered Transformer Robot is our Kind of Autobot

The Transformers of times past may have been fueled by our imaginations, but now there's a whole new generation of morphing robots that harness the power of the sun as well! This sun-powered transformer

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Real Life Wall-E Made From LEGO Mindstorms & Motors!

Real Life Wall-E Made From LEGO Mindstorms & Motors!

If there is something that we can be sure of, it's that LEGOs really can be used to build just about anything. From computers and cameras to animals and robots, we've seen our favorite building blocks

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Japanese Robo-Suit Enables Paralyzed Man to Visit France

Japanese Robo-Suit Enables Paralyzed Man to Visit France

A 49-year-old Japanese man who has been paralyzed for 28 years since he was involved in a car accident is set to embark on a trip to France with the aid of this super high-tech robotic suit. The

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Geek Alert! Psychedelic LED Light Paintings Are Created Using Roomba Robot Vacuums

Geek Alert! Psychedelic LED Light Paintings Are Created Using Roomba Robot Vacuums

The Roomba has quite the following and it's not just because it cleans your house without having to pull out the vacuum. Roombas are completely hackable serving as open source robots that can be turned

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Paper Punk: Recyclable Paper Blocks for Kids Ages 6 to 99

Paper Punk: Recyclable Paper Blocks for Kids Ages 6 to 99

Design guru and entrepreneur Grace Hawthorne has spent the last 15 years of her life encouraging people to be creative and make things with their hands. Her new Paper Punk project, a fun collection of

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