A robot that can automatically serve ice cream with selected toppings and pass on a spoon? 26 students at Ohio Northern University under supervision of their professors have built an ice cream serving robot consisting of two Kuka industrial robots which man their stations inside a kiosk of custom-fabricated components. Check out the video after the break, what they have achieved in this project is brilliant!
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If you have time, please check out the following gadget news of this week:
- The Best Reviewed Smartphone Never Built | Spot Cool Stuff: Tech
- Prism USB Hub ‘Spectrus’ Serves As An Artistic Ultimatum
- USB Bamboo Fountain | GeekAlerts
- Latin America To Get An Exclusive U2 Treat With Motorola
- Casio EX-Z29 EXILIM Zoon Camera
- Huge Media Center remote hacked from dance mats – SlashGear
- Eye-Fi adds iPhone app | iPhone Buzz
- Petaminx Dodecahedral Puzzle Will Drive You Insane
- Anatomical armchairs – Boing Boing
- Geeky Clothing – Called For Help Pacman T-Shirt
- DVICE: Top 7 tech goodies you’ll see in Watchmen
- Ferrari To Top Gear: Stop Using Fake Ferraris
You will recall not very long ago MSI unveiled their latest plans to counter Apple’s MacBook Air with two new ultra slim laptops, the X340 and X360. And what we have here is the X340. At the time we knew very little, but now more specs have been revealed at the CeBIT. The X340 will be equipped with a 13-inch wide LED display in the golden 16:9 ratio, the X340 will support various multimedia functions with HDMI and built-in Blu-ray. Continue reading »
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Sony launched this week their latest Cybershot flagship, the DSC HX1 digital camera. The most important feature of this camera is the ‘sweep Panorama’ technology which allows you to capture a 180 degree panoramic photograph in just 3 seconds, stunning stuff! The camera will be available from April priced at approx. $500.
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Just recently revealed by Panasonic, tips so far suggests that pricing for the Panasonic TC-P54Z1 will at least be an awesome $5,999.95 when it begins shipping in June. It’s a huge 54-inch, only one inch thick and has got HDMI. Function wise, the Z1 sports a native contrast ratio of 40,000:1, 24Hz Cinematic Playback and THX Certification. The wireless HDMI box included within will read video and audio from your DVD, Blu-ray or Media Center PC to the HDTV, in addition the Z1 also has VIERA Link Internet connectivity and a VIERA Link SD card reader too. So how about it? Will you pay six grand?