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Lamps that follow you around. Tables that bring you your dinner. They might one day be coming to a room near you.
The smart art is sleek and innovative. Unfortunately, it's also entirely impractical as an actual climbing wall.
Some of the world's toughest rock climbers live on Hawaii's Big Island, where they scale sheer rock the equivalent of a 26-mile vertical marathon.
Researchers at Switzerland's Laboratory of Intelligent Systems are working on a robot that can collide with windows and other obstacles, fall, then get up and fly again.
A trio of humanoid ladder-climbers Expo 2010's Japan Industry Pavilion is delighting visitors to the six-month event in Shanghai.
There's something pretty incredible about this base-jumping robot.
Vortex markets wall climbing robot.
This robot's magnetized wheels allow it to roll up a hull so it can find out what's going on aboard a seized ship.
Road Trip at Home: The technology R&D institution is applying Moore's Law to robots that disarm bombs remotely and tiny satellites that create a mesh network in the sky.