OLogic shows off two entertainment bots, a desktop "pet" and a mobile music machine.
Originally developed as a therapeutic tool to help autistic children with social communication, this robot is now being released as a toy that can dance in time to music or clapping. Sensors make the robot sensitive to types of touch, allowing it to respond differently to, say, pokes and squeezes.
Belts of electrodes can control muscles in the forearm to help a beginner play a musical instrument.
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NASA is building a living and working space for astronauts traveling to the moon, Mars, or an asteroid.
A look at some of the kinds of images you can make with the 3-D scanner project that evolved from Microsoft's Xbox controller.
Two NASA probes will chase each other in orbit around the moon to map its gravity.
Small flying robots inspired by birds and bugs may do tasks like search and rescue more efficiently.
An engineer has rigged up several devices that enable a touch interface to respond to nuances such as pressure.
Human exploration is the most visible use of spaceflight, but business and defense satellites fill the sky.