Researchers aim to give robots a more human-like face with a system that beams 3D images onto the back of a transparent plastic mask. The effect? You decide.
This week, we played in the snow looking like R2-D2, bid farewell to mobile Flash, and revved up our retro-robot bumper cars.
It was a plenty busy week in the gadget world. Here are just a few highlights (and lowlights: we're talking about you, robot iPhone mask).
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