At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, 500 startups showed off their wares in Eureka Park, which was sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the Techstars startup incubator.
Many of the startups located in Eureka Park were robotics companies. Here, in no particular order, are 10 of the coolest robots in the Park.
If you want a glimpse into the future this is a good place to look. The picture is of a biometric tactile sensor that can differentiate in 15 dimensions. It is designed for industrial use. Also included in the article is the DreamQii PlexiDrone – yet another Indiegogo venture. Must be pretty small as the company noted that it doesn’t expect the new FAA rules to affect its business plan.