This nifty robot uses “patented ‘tornado in a cup’ technology to suck themselves onto flat surfaces including walls and ceilings.” Continue reading for a video.

They then use 6 drive wheels to get around, and can send back video via secure Bluetooth. Current versions are controllable with a joystick, but they have the capacity for autonomous operation and room for a variety of payloads

[via OhGizmo!]

This nifty robot uses “patented ‘tornado in a cup’ technology to suck themselves onto flat surfaces including walls and ceilings.” Continue reading for a video.

They then use 6 drive wheels to get around, and can send back video via secure Bluetooth. Current versions are controllable with a joystick, but they have the capacity for autonomous operation and room for a variety of payloads

[via OhGizmo!]