COVID-19 Lockdown Day 50: 3D Printing Vital Equipment

Living in the epicenter of the coronavirus plague is a surreal experience. Outside my window, New York City appears serene – devoid of its former noise, bustle, and loud citizenry. However, a few blocks north, south, and east it is literally a war zone with fatalities piling so high that … Read More

Hardhat Bots Takeover Construction Sites

RobotLabNYC’s third installment will be June 13th in New York City with Howard Morgan (FirstRound Capital) and Tom Ryden (MassRobotics); together, we will be “Exploring The Autonomous Future” (RSVP today). Coincidentally, Jimmy Fallon featured a new bit this week called “Showbotics,” providing viewers a sneak peek into the robotic future: While Fallon pokes fun, the … Read More

The Age of Possibility

At our #RobotLabNYC MeetUp last night, Stephen Gorevan shared with a hushed audience of 60 plus people how Col. John Glenn’s orbit of the Earth in 1962 inspired him to build a successful company that today tackles NASA’s hardest challenges. Honeybee Robotics has been a part of the Mars robotics team since its inception in the 1990s … Read More

How Close Are We To Westworld?

As I sat at the edge of my seat watching HBO’s remake of the 1970s robot series, Westworld, I found myself strangely sympathetic to the robots vs. the “deplorable” human guests. After turning off the TV, I lay awake wondering how close we are from 3D printing humanoid robots capable of entertaining our … Read More

The Robotic Tailor

In the spirit of the robotic zipper I followed fashion week to London last week.  Now having just returned from the infamous Savile Road, I can fully appreciate the home of the bespoke suit. In the words of the 3D printing headphone company, NORMAL, “One Size Fits No One.”  To date, the biggest … Read More