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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Reverse Engineering K9: The Lovable Cobot Dog from Doctor Who Alex Misiti
Although the Dr. Who K9 is said to be from the year 5000, many of the highly advanced (and at the time, fictional) capabilities he possessed are now a reality in 2018.

Robo-Pop: How Robots Came to Dominate Popular Culture SJ Barak
Robots have captured our imagination since Leonardo da Vinci’s medieval sketches, but humanity’s mania with humanoid mechanical beings—friend or foe—has only intensified. The last century saw robots becoming a cornerstone of pop culture, showing up everywhere from books to films, TV shows, and songs, continuing the takeover of human entertainment.

Arm TechCon 2017: Day 1 at a Glance Mouser Staff
Grant Imahara and electronics product experts from Mouser Electronics are at Arm TechCon 2017 in booth #603 to demonstrate how Arm-based products and technologies are shaping smarter cities. Day 1 kicked off with keynote speakers and industry-leading suppliers, technologies, and products.

Timeline of Driverless Cars Grant Imahara
Human ingenuity in automotive engineering is about to take a huge turn. From the time Henry Ford helped make the “Horseless Carriage” an affordable part of everyday people’s lives, we’ve come to the point where we’re about to arrive at the next quantum leap in personal transportation.

High School Robotics and the FIRST Program Grant Imahara
Recently, I had the opportunity to accompany Mouser Electronics to the FIRST World Championships in St. Louis, MO. FIRST (which stands for “For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology”) is an international robotics competition for high school students. They spend six weeks designing and building a robot that will perform some task; like scooping up soccer balls and putting them into a goal. The game changes every year, so you always have to start from scratch.

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