The boffins at Swinburne University of Technology in Victoria, Australia have designed and built a robot that can solve a Rubik’s Cube in just over 10 seconds! The current record, held by the Cubinator, stands at 18.2 seconds.
Believe it or not, whilst Ruby may have smashed the current record for a robot it is still some way off breaking the record for solving a Rubik’s Cube by a human. That honour is held by 16 year old Feliks Zemdegs who set that record at the 2011 Kubaroo Open!
Watch as this humanoid-robot catches not just one ball, but two!
The robot, known as Rollin' Justin, was designed and developed by a team at the German Aerospace Center.
Justin is able ...
This roll-about robot designed at the University of Minnesota's Center for Distributed Robotics can roll along the floor, stand upright and then take off helicopter style.
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Ranger Robot, which first appeared on the scene last July, has walked a total distance of 40.5 miles without stopping or being recharged.
The goal was for the robot to walk ...
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