You’ve no doubt by now seen Boston Dynamics latest “we’re living in the future” robotic creation, dubbed Handle. [Mike Szczys] recently covered the more-or-less-official company unveiling of Handle, the hybrid bipedal-wheeled robot that...Show More Summary
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Objectively, in the rational recesses of my brain, I know that the team of engineers at Boston Dynamics are doing good and fascinating work. I know this. And yet, every time I see one of their new robots actually moving,...
Handle is a biped with wheels instead of feet, essentially one-upping evolution. The post Boston Dynamics' New Rolling, Leaping Robot Is an Evolutionary Marvel appeared first on WIRED.
Fascinating story about “why it’s so hard to build the Next Silicon Valley.” Part of the issue is the dynamics of concentrated intellectual capital in major urban areas — San Francisco, NYC, Boston, etc. The rest is how much Gov. Brownback has damaged Kansas’ economy. Show More Summary
Boston Dynamics have finally revealed the highly anticipated 'Handle' robot. We all got a sneak peak of its capabilities after a video was leaked online. But now we are getting a fuller picture of the wheeled robot overlord and the extent to its incredible agility. Rise of the machines, or is it too soon to worry? Read more... Show More Summary
I may not remember much about the 1985 sequel Return To Oz, but I sure as heck remember the creepy-ass Wheelers… which is precisely what this new Boston Dynamics robot made me think […] The post This Two-Wheeled Bipedal Nightmare Robot Is Brought To You By Boston Dynamics appeared first on Geek.com.
What could go wrong?
Giving the age old mantra "they took our jobs" a whole new meaning.
Meet Handle, Boston Dynamics’ latest “helper” robot.
You might remember that leaked footage of Boston Dynamics’ latest killer robot, Handle. Well now they’ve released an official video of Handle so we can all be officially terrified. This wheel-legged robot is the stuff of…
The glimpses we caught of Boston Dynamics' astounding Handle robot earlier this month didn't tell even half the story. The cutting-edge robotics company officially unveiled the 6.5-foot-tall Handle on Monday, weeks after a stunning,Show More Summary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7xvqQeoA8c Every time I post one of these, I see the near-future nightmare where conspicuously Boston-Dynamics robots law-enforce us in Gilead. On the other hand, it upsets me when the guy pushes Atlas-bot around with a hockey stick. I'm only human, after all. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVlhMGQgDkY
Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. It's Tuesday. That means Boston Dynamics has unveiled a new robot harbinger of death, there are more new smartphones and we have an idea who screwed up at the Oscars. In more encouraging news, we checked in with some very charitable gamers, and mobile carriers keep making their data plans better. Show More Summary
One year ago, when we showed readers the SkyNet-like robots produced by Boston Dynamics, a company acquired by Google in 2013 (which then tried to flip it to Toyota last year but reportedly failed) we called the robotic creations "terrifying."...Show More Summary
Boston Dynamics has officially unveiled its latest robot after footage leaked earlier in February showing the new design. Known as "Handle" the new research robot incorporates elements from the company's previous Altas robot, but achieves...Show More Summary
From Boston Dynamics: Handle is a research robot that stands 6.5 ft tall, travels at 9 mph and jumps 4? ?feet vertically. ?It uses electric power to operate both electric and hydraulic actuators, with a range of about 15 miles on one battery charge. Show More Summary
Tha developers of the world’s largest menagerie of creepy robots have officially taken wraps off of its Handle research robot, a 6.5 foot-tall robot that can drive along at 9mph and jump up to 4 feet in the air. Its ability to balance and negotiate terrain are especially impressive.
This is the first official look at Boston Dynamics’ new robot design, called Handle, and it’s a doozy. They are a trusted source of cutting-edge real-world robotics, which is good. If this came from an unknown source we’d be scrambling to debunk it as fake. Show More Summary