Jeff Bezos Pilots The South Korean Method-2 Robot

 

By: Very Dicey

Published on Mar 20, 2017

Jeff Bezos, Amazon’s CEO and the fifth richest person in the world piloted South Korea’s Method-2 robot which will be available for sale at $8M in 2017.

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By: Hankook Mirae Technology

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Riding the One-Wheeled Motorcycle From the Future. Meet the Ryno.

 

 

By: Bloomberg News

Originally Published on Apr 8, 2014

April 9 (Bloomberg) — Is it a Segway? Is it a motorcycle? Is it a unicycle? One thing is for sure, the Ryno vehicle is an Internet sensation. Bloomberg’s Rachel Crane went to Portland to talk to the inventor of the Ryno to find out how he plans to change the way we think about transportation one wheel at a time. (Source: Bloomberg)

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MindRDR is a new free open source application which bridges the Neurosky EEG biosensor and Google Glass

 

 

MindRDR from This Place Ltd on Vimeo.

MindRDR is a new free open source application which bridges the Neurosky EEG biosensor and Google Glass. It allows users to take photos and share them on Twitter and Facebook by simply using brainwaves alone. MindRDR was developed by London-based user experience company This Place.

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Rubik’s Cube: A question, waiting to be answered

 

By: Google

Originally Published on May 22, 2014

Rubik’s cube is more than a puzzle- it’s a question waiting to be answered. And when the right person finds the right question, it can set them on a journey to change the world. We salute Ernő Rubik and everyone helping young minds find the questions that challenge, excite, and let them see the world in a new way.

See artists and designers remixing the Rubik’s Cube at http://chrome.com/cubelab

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