LEGOs can be built, smashed and reconfigured in an unlimited amount of ways. Their creative potential is infinite, much like a child's imagination. When the two pair up on Saturday for the FIRST LEGO League robotics competition just imagine what they'll achieve. The students were given a goal: ident ... More >>
Governor Rick Perry stopped by DISD's Emmett J. Conrad High School on Fair Oaks Ave. yesterday to tout the Texas Workforce Commission's $1 million investment in expanding robotics education programs across the state. Conrad, of course, boasts an estimable robotics club -- the RoboChargers -- that, f ... More >>
Seems like the former Talking Heads frontman is working with a Richardson-based robotics expert on an art exhibit currently on display in Spain. Wilonsky's got the story over on Unfair Park. --Pete Freedman
Wired NextFest is kicking off today in Los Angeles, and it's where Richardson-based robot maker David Hanson, a Highland Park High School grad, will debut his offspring: Zeno. It's supposed to be the first robot that can actually expand its consciousness over time, which means that one day, yes, he ... More >>
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The sun will explode in 5 billion years, and robots are humanity's best hope to escape. Three guys are working on a plan. In a garage. In Heath, Texas.