Intel Powers DIY 3D-Printed Robots

Intel Powers DIY 3D-Printed Robots

Owners have to choose the apps and print the skin of their 21st Century Robot

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 19 september 2014

At an event at the Story store in New York this morning, Intel presented some innovative products and start-ups that are employing its Galileo and Edison chips.

The teenage inventor Shubham Banerjee was there showing off his printer for the blind which, among other things, will print the headlines of the newsfeeds of sites like CNN (and PSFK) in braille. Shubham’s father (and chaperone) said that he hoped one day that the Braigo printer will retail for a quarter of the price of similar devices that are currently on the market.

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