I don’t know about you, but I do enjoy grocery shopping. There is that sense of wonder when a new product is being promoted, not to mention a feeling of satisfaction knowing that you have done your homework beforehand, and the purchases which you made could not be found cheaper anywhere else in town, saving a few dollars here and there which will ultimately add up at the end of the day. Having said that, the one part that I do not enjoy about grocery shopping at all would be the lining up and payment bit, as weekends tend to see the supermarket packed with people. Apart from that, there is the issue of parking and carting all those groceries to your ride. Why not let a robot do that for you? Starship, a new self-driving robot intends to fill this role, as it delivers groceries to your doorstep in less than 30 minutes for £1.
Drones do seem to be the new kind of Tamagotchi among the young children, although you can be sure that Tamagotchis are a whole lot more affordable than an actual drone, due to the obvious fact that drones require a whole lot more electronic parts within the chassis, and are very complex devices to boot. Still, there is a growing market for drones, and it does not look as though this is going to slow down anytime soon. One thing is for sure though, the SKEYE Pico Drone is a whole lot smaller than the Parrot Night Jumping Drone, and TRNDlabs has done a pretty good job with it so far.
Whether you or someone you know, I think it is safe to say we have all known someone in our lives who was or is an amateur computer programmer, coder or robotics fan. These are the ones that build their own computer from scratch for fun. Motherboards, processors and graphics cards are their language. Ever wonder how these people got their start? What item, device or experience triggered their passion for programming? Well, for any young up and comers that may have interest in computers and robots we have found a tool that should pique their interest.