One of our readers just sent in another clip of the “Ballbot” in action. Just a quick refresher, this robot can “balance itself on one ball, moving around slowly and even staying upright when getting pushed around” — developed by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University “as a new way of having robots interact with people.” Video after the jump. [via SciFi]

One of our readers just sent in another clip of the “Ballbot” in action. Just a quick refresher, this robot can “balance itself on one ball, moving around slowly and even staying upright when getting pushed around” — developed by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University “as a new way of having robots interact with people.” Video after the jump. [via SciFi]