According to the People’s Daily newspaper, Chongqing City is China’s first city that introduces the “exclusive sidewalk for mobile phone users”..
The latest video shows that Asimo can run, hop and even fluent in sign language. If you look closely, does Asimo resemble Jackie Chan’s running?..
This passive robot by Nagoya Institute of Technology needs no power to walk. Instead, it prefers a slope so that the mechanism can work in harmony…
Google has always been improving Google maps. Today, they introduces Walking Navigation and Street View Smart Navigation. I guess the ones that benefit most are the Android users (naturally).
A New Zealand technology company has unveiled an Exoskeleton robotic legs that enables disabled people to walk or climb steps. It uses a joystick and control pad to move and may replace wheelchairs in future.
This PaceOfLife website indicated that Singapore people walk the fastest (with reference to 60ft) amongst many cities in the world. Singapore scored an average timing of 10.55 secs for walking 60ft. Not bad fr a country that is so small and congested. We have out-walked (if there is such a […]