Tag Archives: robotics

The world’s first robotic vine twists and climbs

Material scientists at the University of Tartu have developed the world’s first robotic vine. Continue reading

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How I got to spend last summer building rockets

Ayush Jain writes about his summer internship building rockets in Latvia. Continue reading

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“Excuse Me, Have You Fallen Down?”

The University of Tartu researchers presented ROBO M.D., a home care robot which monitors and detects critical situations which need prompt medical attention for elderly people or people with cardiovascular diseases. Continue reading

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A Robot Salesman?

A small Tartu-based company has commissioned a team of robotics engineers at the University of Tartu’s Institute of Technology to build a prototype of a small, knee-high or slightly taller, advertising robot. It will be able to make sounds, move around, flash lights, offer candies or distribute flyers, and talk to people. Continue reading

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