Warehouse workers risk workplace injuries from awkward postures or body movements. An algorithm could warn them before they get hurt.
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A tiny robot that has the speed and toughness of a cockroach can withstand 1 million times its own weight—a big advantage in search and rescue missions.
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"Photo Wake-Up is a new way to interact with photos." See what it can do for Picasso, Matisse, and Stephen Curry.
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A tripod foot could make walking on hiking trails and other rough terrain more manageable for people who use a prosthetic.
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With some changes, a standard smartwatch can figure out when a wearer was typing on a keyboard, washing dishes, patting a dog, and more.
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"Knowing more about how these tiny movements work might offer new design strategies for our smart devices to sense the world."
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