The Reverse Alarm Clock keeps Kids sleeping John Zimmerman, an associate professor at Carnegie Mellon University, has developed a clock to keep young children sleeping.
The Reverse Alarm Clock consists of a moonset and sunrise calculator, a small circular wall...
May 11 2007, 9:20am CDT
The Ballbot Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University developed Ballbot a robot that moves around on balancing on a sphere.
The tall and thin robot featuring the typical American non-humanoid looks has intelligent circuits to...
Aug 11 2006, 9:09am CDT
The Water Runner Robot The Water Runner robot is being developed by assistant professor Metin Sitti at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.
Professor Sitti's dream goal is actually to build an all terrain robot that can fly, move over...
Apr 26 2006, 11:00am CDT
DARPA Grand Challenge 2005 Started Update:
Robot Cars Finish DARPA Grand Challenge 2005
The first autonomous vehicles are supposed to be on the course in Nevada as the start time is 4:30am PST.
The DARPA Grand Challenge site promises web casts from...
Oct 8 2005, 12:00am EST
DARPA Grand Challenge 2005 Autonomous Vehicle Race Apparently to avoid the debacle of last years DARPA Grand Challenge autonomous vehicle race, DARPA is pre-qualifying participants.
DARPA chose 40 teams from 118 entrants now. From those 40 only 20 will actually be...
Jun 8 2005, 4:00am EST
All Robots break down in DARPA Grand Challenge Race Breaking News: All 15 autonomous ground vehicles in the 150-mile race (DARPA Grand Challenge) across the Mojave Desert failed within a few miles of the start today.
Carnegie Mellon University's military Humvee made 7.4...
Mar 13 2004, 8:06pm EST
World's First Robot Receptionist Carnegie Mellon University unveiled what it considers to be the world's first robot receptionist with a personality of her own. The blond receptionist, named "Valerie," dons a headset and interacts with people by...
Feb 18 2004, 10:42pm EST
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