Today we said congrats to Damon who picked up a $25 Cash Card to Jack in the Box by correctly guessing what Jack was in the Box. Although I played the roll of Jack, you can hear the most realistic sound of someone speaking inside the box you've ever heard in your entire life. We've got both the audio you heard and the video that shows how we did it.
Look closely. What you’re seeing isn’t chewing gum that’s been left on the floor of a hair salon. That’s a robot armpit prototype, built by designer Kevin Grennan as part of his studies on the role of smell in human-robot interaction. He’s also developed ideas for adding scent glands to industrial robots — like a surgical robot that releases the trust-building hormone oxytocin.
If you’ve ever longed to feel your own gentle caress, long no more. Produced by the Kajimoto Laboratory at Tokyo’s University of Electro-Communications, the Sense-Roid is electronic apparatus consisting of two sensor-filled jackets and a mannequin that allows the user to feel the sensation of hugging him or herself.
Japanese YouTuber Ron Tajima likes to build robots. Not necessarily the kind of robots that are going to revolutionize manufacturing as we know it, but the kind that will turn from a beer can into a cute little creature or from a Roomba into a baby cradle. This isn't to say that Ron's robots aren't special, just that they're a little quirky. And there's nothing
The annual E3 event is the place where they unveil all the new video game technology, systems, games, ect. A lot of buzz has been going a round for Nintendo to release details of what will be the next Wii system
Playstation is doing it so be nice, I say they're doing it to cover their ass. Sony sent out an email to Playstation users stating that they're going to offer identity theft protection to their Playstation users who may have been affected by the recent hackings of their Playstation Network
A new iPhone app called iAugment allows women who are considering breast augmentation to see how they would look with a new pair without actually having to go to the plastic surgeon to get an expensive and potentially embarrassing virtual visualization.
The app is simple enough to use: All you do is upload a picture, highlight the breasts, and then decide how big you want to make them. If you want to see another size, you just shake the phone and start again.
You know your mom who doesn't trust anyone with anything and that all computers are bad? She may be on to something. After rumors for the past week that hackers got into the Playstation Network (PSN), Sony has finally admitted that it was, indeed, hacked - including all of your information.
Rooster Teeth, an Austin-based gaming website, is well known for its hilariously re-interpreted live-action video shorts. One of its recent videos, an Angry Birds movie trailer spoof, has now taken the Internet and gaming world by feathery storm.
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