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Carvon electric skateboards up the ante with AWD and a top speed of 35 mph

Carvon electric skateboards up the ante with AWD and a top speed of 35 mph It’s fair to say electric skateboards have gone mainstream over the past year, with new decks being rolled out for amateurs and experts alike.A Kickstarter campaign launched for Carvon’s new Evo and Revo boards fall into the latter category.

Acton’s Blink S electric skateboard is finally here for your adventure needs

Acton’s Blink S electric skateboard is finally here for your adventure needs It may be a retro hobby, but this new skateboard is all new tech.Following one of the most successful Indiegogo campaigns in the crowdfunding platform’s history, electric skateboard designer and manufacturer Acton has begun shipping its Blink S board.

Arm-mounted motors are delivering greatly improved VR haptics

Arm-mounted motors are delivering greatly improved VR haptics The idea is to have it offer much more nuanced and realistic resistance when a user encounters in-game objects.While arguably the Oculus Touch controllers offer a slightly more free-feeling VR experience, both systems still rely on rumbly internal motors to give the user the feel that they’re interacting with real objects in VR.

Homemade tarantula-inspired robot can slowly scamper over uneven ground

Homemade tarantula-inspired robot can slowly scamper over uneven ground It’s a six-legged, spider-inspired robot — yes, we know that spiders have eight legs — that uses 18 different motors to crawl over uneven ground.Unlike most of the hexapod robots, MX-Phoenix is able to walk on rough terrain, not just flat and level floor.