690°
Submitted by proudly_X 519d ago | video

3D-printed pinhead battery could power robots

Cnet - We've seen some very sophisticated 3D-printed objects recently, but never a tiny 3D-printed battery -- one that's as small as a grain of sand, no less. (Battery, Hi-tech, Robot)

Attached Video
SilentNegotiator  +   518d ago
I estimate that my pistol-armed robot army shall be assembled by 2019.

Thank you, 3D printer!
#1 (Edited 518d ago ) | Agree(2) | Disagree(0) | Report | Reply
Dark_Overlord  +   518d ago
And I estimate that if the COD community get their hands on this, we'll see an even bigger army of dick themed robots lol

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

A path to brighter images and more efficient LCD displays

10h ago - University of Utah engineers have developed a polarizing filter that allows in more light, leadin... | Hi-tech
20°

NASA's Swift mission probes an exotic object: 'Kicked' black hole or mega star?

18h ago - An international team of researchers analyzing decades of observations from many facilities, incl... | Culture
10°

We played with the worst apps in the world, so you don't have to

18h ago - TechRadar - There are now over 1,300,000 apps on the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store is h... | Software
10°

TechRadar - Leica V-Lux (Typ 114) review

18h ago - TechRadar - "Like its almost identical twin (the Panasonic FZ1000), the V-Lux Typ 114 has a very... | Photo
Ad

Follow TechSpy on Twitter

Now - You can now follow TechSpy on twitter and get the hottest news of the day as well as early contest announcements. | Promoted post
10°

Xbox One: 12 months on, has the third Xbox recovered from its shaky start?

18h ago - TechRadar - Xbox One turns one year old today, and what a frustrating, fascinating year it's been... | Gadgets