The Robot Life Survey is an alternative-history from design company After the flood, where mechanical intelligence is discovered by man, noted and painted for posterity and science.
Mappa Mundi Rubrum.
Print out the plans, fold and glue/sellotape the paper together, and you’ve got yourself the best sci-fi robots in recent cinema history.
Kubrickian pictures taken by the Google robot wherein it captures its own reflection.
Jacqueline Currie is running Robotics/Bioengineering/Computing workshops for girls (ages 6-16) this Saturday at the University of Brighton.
This nifty place in Brighton is just down the street from me:
Our classes allow kids to get creative with exciting, cutting-edge technology and software.
See that helmet? That’s my helmet. Jim borrowed it for this video.
And now I think that the Future Friendly posse has a theme song.
I’ll take two.
In which twelve drawings of historical drawing machines are drawn by a computer numerical controlled machine.
A lovely piece from Matt examining agency and behaviour in the things we surround ourselves with: frying pans, houseplants, pets, and robots.
These are the droids you are looking for.
I, for one, welcome our autonomous swarming robot overlords.
Wonderful musings from Matt on meeting the emerging machine intelligence halfway.
Electronic rock songs about anger, loss, frustration, love, the surveillance state, the Iranian election, uranium enrichment, Twitter, gene therapy cures for AIDS, the financial crisis and World of Warcraft.
The plan to get Curiosity Rover onto the surface of Mars (ignore the cheesy sound effects in space).
Just imagine the world we would be living in if it weren’t for the warnings given to us by these film-makers.
I love watching an artist at work. Right after watching the accompanying video, I ordered a robot postcard from Anton.