This is a 3D Printed Octopus.
The bendable legs are cute.
It’s sitting on a camera and tripod.
Soon 3D Printed Objects will even talk, and when they do, this one will say:
(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)
This is one incredible parody video of what robotic warriors of the future will be able to do.
The robot takes an incredible beating and never misses a shot!
They even hit him numerous times with a battering ram for Pete’s sake.
Also, amazed that none of the actors in this video ended up taking a bullet or two.
Wow, the future is going to be amazing. 😉
(Thank you to my wonderful son-in-law for sending this to me)
Thought this was pretty cool in Safeway supermarket.
A automated key copy machine.
You insert your key.
And out pops a duplicate for you.
Home, car, business, whatever.
What is happening to that guy who used to work the key copy machine at the local locksmith?
Who says automation and robotics isn’t taking and going to take away jobs.
I still remember that key machine–where the locksmith would put the key on one side and a blank on the other, and the machine would copy the surface grooves of one unto the other.
Now even that is gone.
I guess we’re lucky still to have keys (for now). 😉
(Credit Photo: Dannielle Blumenthal)
Wow, I love this retro digital Computron watch from Bulova.
I remember when the first digital LED watches with the red numbers like this first came out in the 1970s.
They were quite expensive then!
Part of the computer revolution. LOL
I remember my uncle had something like this and I thought how cool it was–no moving hands to read.
Also, has a little of that sci-fi Battlestar Galactica red (moving) light effect from the cybernetic enemy, Cylon visors.
What’s old is what’s new. 😉
Thought this was a pretty cool Face Vase.
If you add a digital home assistant to this (like Amazon Echo or Google Assistant) and make the lips move on this vase, it would be quite the futuristic home assistant!
I don’t think I’d feel comfortable living in my own house anymore. 😉
(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)
Had some fun driving around this cool little Robot in Rockville Town Center.
I like to try out the latest gadgets.
It’s funny people’s reactions when they see these.
They’re still not quite sure what to make of these.
Robots on the street.
Submersibles in the water.
Soon they will all be autonomous, ubiquitous, and essential.
And people will be the side attraction. 😉
(Source Video: Dossy Blumenthal)