Built in a 24 hour hackathon, the SignBot is a 3D printed animatronic device that can listen to speech and convert it into sign language.
Students from Duke University have designed a robot, called Sentinel, to help police officers perform traffic stops and keep everyone safe.
Researchers in additive manufacturing materials have developed a group of extremely stretchy, UV-curable, and 3D printable elastomers.
Launched on Kickstarter as part of the Make 100 campaign, Robot Picasso is a modified 3D printer which converts pictures into cubist art.
In a world first for the maritime industry, new RAMLAB additive manufacturing lab will feature Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) robots.
Intended for "search & rescue" missions and sporting a 3D printed body and an Arduino heart, modular robot Dtto wins the Hackaday Prize 2016.
NYU receives $2.9 million grant from the National Science Foundation to bring technology similar to the holodeck from Star Trek into reality.
Ai Build showcases Daedalus Pavilion at the GPU Technology Conference in Amsterdam, a 3D printed structure built by intelligent robots.
Japanese researchers came up with a way to cool down a humanoid robot named Kengoro -- allowing it to sweat out of its 3D printed "bones".
MIT has developed "Programmable Viscoelastic Materials" which can be 3D printed to make soft skins and work as shock absorbers.
Looks like a toy, behaves like a professional: 3D printable toy robot "Marty" helps anyone, especially kids, explore the field of robotics.
A new robot therapist could be perfect for you and your needs as she'll never get tired of massaging listening to you.
Scientists have invented the Pleurobot, a 3D printed robot that mimics the way salamanders walk and swim with unprecedented detail.
Siemens spider-like robots, equipped with 3D printing technology, have been developed which work together to construct complex structures.
New innovation in 3D printing takes inspiration from nature; 3D Cocooner copies spiders and caterpillars to spin threads into complex shapes.
Four years after the Fukushima Reactor meltdown, TEPCO is sending a smartphone-carrying 3D printed robot to survey the damage.
Robots delicate enough to handle macarons and Kinder Surprise Eggs? This assembly-line android from Materialise has your back.