The Internet of Things is the idea of connecting many objects to the internet, sharing information to automate and optimize tasks.
The inclination sensor of Ingenuity, from NASA’s Mars 2020 mission, stopped working. But there is already a solution to this problem.
This is a simple task for humans, but for robots, it’s a big challenge. The University of Tokyo built a banana peeler robot.
The Zhurong probe found grooves and etchings on Martian rocks, showing how the wheater and ancient waters changed Mars’ surface.
Researchers developed self-healing gelatinous materials with salt, to be used in manipulator robots.
This post’s subject is the work envelope on robotics. Manipulator robots are classified according to this important concept.
The iRonCub was developed by the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT). A project that took many years.
LEO was recently built, the first bipedal robot that can fly like a drone and do complex movements like skating.
The rotary encoder looks like a potentiometer, but the operation is completely different. How it works and how to use it in Arduino are today’s subjects.