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The smart art is sleek and innovative. Unfortunately, it's also entirely impractical as an actual climbing wall.
Vortex markets wall climbing robot.
A trio of humanoid ladder-climbers Expo 2010's Japan Industry Pavilion is delighting visitors to the six-month event in Shanghai.
Lamps that follow you around. Tables that bring you your dinner. They might one day be coming to a room near you.
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.
SRI International reveals, wall-climbing, electroadhesive robot.
There's something pretty incredible about this base-jumping 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.