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iRobot Dirt Dog Workshop Robot

iRobot Dirt Dog Workshop Robot

Get your garage or basement workshop clean with help from the iRobot Dirt Dog Workshop Robot ($130). You simply press the clean button and the Dirt Dog begins to sniff around the floor, looking for dirt, nuts, bolts and other items to scoop up via its high-speed, counter-rotating brushes into an oversized dust bin. A rechargeable battery make the Dirt Dog wireless, and sensors keep this robot from taking a spill down the stairs.

  • Ignignokt Mooninite LED Advertisement

    In case you missed it, Boston slowed to a crawl yesterday due to a bomb scare over ads for Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Now you can buy your very own "bomb" thanks to Boston-area eBayers. The Ignignokt Mooninite LED Advertisement ($TBD) features LEDs mounted on a circuit board and powered by 4 D-cell batteries, with a photosensitivity sensor to keep the lights off during the day. It may not do a whole lot, but it's definitely an interesting piece of advertising history. [via] Note to Uncrate readers: If you have one of these or can get your hands on one, we'd do just about anything to have one for Uncrate HQ.

  • iRobot Create

    Build your own beer-fetching robot with the new iRobot Create ($130). Based on the vacuuming iRobot Roomba, this robot kit provides aspiring robogeeks with a platform to create a programmable robot of their own. It comes pre-assembled with access to robot sensors and actuators via an open interface. The iRobot Create lets you develop your own software to control your robot, and has standard connections for electronics and threaded mounting holes for securing all kinds of crap to it.