virginia tech

  • Researchers Use A Fiery Robot To 3D Print Glass

    Researchers Use A Fiery Robot To 3D Print Glass

    Glass printing is, as you can imagine, a pretty heady process. It requires a lot of heat and a lot of luck and a general acceptance that your print will look awful simply because the glass will cool unevenly. Once you get over all of those things, however, you’re ready to rock and roll. Researchers at Virginia Tech and the Rhode Island School of Design have created a system and lab… Read More

  • Meet DARwIn-LC, Virginia Tech's new mini humanoid (video)

    I’d say about 90% of all robotics-related news we cover on CrunchGear is from Japan, so getting to report about a new robot that’s actually made in the US is a nice change of pace. The little guy you see on the picture and in the video embedded below is called DARwIn-LC and was developed by the Robotics and Mechanisms Laboratory (Romela) at Virginia Tech. Read More