On Nov. 3, 2007, Darpa challenged teams to prove a car could drive by itself in an urban environment, the results of which are completely transforming the auto industry.
And it'll come courtesy of a precocious girl with robotic hand, launching a major salvo of 3D-printing buzz by lobbing the first pitch.
A suburban Cleveland mechanic has made international news -- and "Star Wars" fans' day -- after building a two-story AT-AT Walker. Have you topped this Halloween-themed engineering marvel?
An Israeli startup competing for Google's $30 million Lunar XPrize is planning to land a vehicle on the moon that has crucial parts made using 3D printing technology.
New breed of time-of-flight sensors could open new doors for self-driving vehicles, smart industrial equipment, and factory and warehouse robots.