The United Nations and Human Rights Watch are both concerned about the development of killer robots that can take lives without human direction. Are you?
RHex is a six-legged all-terrain robot that can run, leap, backflip and climb.
A hacker robot takes the brute force approach to guessing smartphone PINs by just punching in numbers until it hits the right combination.
This e-skin responds to touch with light. It could also be used for medical applications and interactive displays.
This rover could patrol your yard, coaxing ticks onto fabric laced with insecticide. Early tests have shown it's very effective.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries' MSR05 robot experiments with drugs and bathes in hydrogen peroxide gas.
Hinamitetu is a Japanese gymnast that just happens to be made out of electronics. The accomplished robot just pulled off an impressive backflip.
Automate your happy little clouds with the WaterColorBot, a Kickstarter kit that hands the brush off to a robot.
E-David is an artistically inclined robot that uses special software to process its work on the fly to decide where to add the next brush stroke.
Atlas looks like the prototype for a future robot infantryman, and it can tackle rough terrain and carry human tools. Can you say "Skynet"?