Robots

Robot of the Day: Inktober #18

After an eternity of clock cycles under a baking sun in the featureless landscape, the robot detected an anomaly a short distance ahead. Millimeter-wave radar picked it out as a hard object, smooth; not a rock or some other natural object. Eventually the robot determined it was a bottle, a glass bottle half buried in the sand… with something inside.

Robots

Robot of the Day: Inktober #15

The night-time trek through the forest was a battery-draining affair; servos and gyros worked overtime to negotiate the rooty and rocky trails. As the weak light of the sunrise began to filter through the trees, the robot anticipated being able to deploy photovoltaic panels to recharge before the next leg of its journey.

Robots

Robot of the day: September 12

The robots: “When we approach a familiar environment from a different vector, we must construct a new map. It is later integrated with existing data, but during mapping, what was once quantified is now unfamiliar.” “I often feel the same way,” I said.