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5 brand new customs available Monday 17th June at 7pm London time at Lunabee.co.uk ! All handpainted and super detailed using Cris' gorgeous sculpts. We have up for grabs:

 

*Whippy 3000 (custom Rutherford)

*Zing and Zest (Robobees)

*Nectar (custom Rourke)

*Strawberry Delight (custom Radclife)

5 brand new customs available Monday 17th June at 7pm London time at Lunabee.co.uk ! All handpainted and super detailed using Cris' gorgeous sculpts. We have up for grabs:

 

*Whippy 3000 (custom Rutherford)

*Zing and Zest (Robobees)

*Nectar (custom Rourke)

*Strawberry Delight (custom Radclife)

5 brand new customs available Monday 17th June at 7pm London time at Lunabee.co.uk ! All handpainted and super detailed using Cris' gorgeous sculpts. We have up for grabs:

 

*Whippy 3000 (custom Rutherford)

*Zing and Zest (Robobees)

*Nectar (custom Rourke)

*Strawberry Delight (custom Radclife)

5 brand new customs available Monday 17th June at 7pm London time at Lunabee.co.uk ! All handpainted and super detailed using Cris' gorgeous sculpts. We have up for grabs:

 

*Whippy 3000 (custom Rutherford)

*Zing and Zest (Robobees)

*Nectar (custom Rourke)

*Strawberry Delight (custom Radclife)

5 brand new customs available Monday 17th June at 7pm London time at Lunabee.co.uk ! All handpainted and super detailed using Cris' gorgeous sculpts. We have up for grabs:

 

*Whippy 3000 (custom Rutherford)

*Zing and Zest (Robobees)

*Nectar (custom Rourke)

*Strawberry Delight (custom Radclife)

Graffiti in a play area just off St Augustines, Norwich.

7 new custom toys just in time for Easter!

 

Tomorrow (Thursday 5th April) at 7pm London time I will be releasing the above:

 

2 x Easter themed Robobees

5 x Sprogs

 

Each resin toy was handcast by the super talented Cris Rose and painted by me as 1/1 art pieces.

 

lunabee.co.uk

Chocolate Surprise & Scrumptious Delight - 2 tasty Robobees for Easter.

 

Going up for sale 7pm London time, April 5th at Lunabee.co.uk

 

1/1 handpainted custom resin

Lunabee x Cris Rose

www.casmuseum.techno-science.ca/

 

Canada Aviation and Space Museum; Ottawa, Ontario.

robobees.seas.harvard.edu/

 

Courtesy of

 

Robert Wood (Principal Investigator)

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering

Harvard SEAS

Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering

 

Gu-Yeon Wei

Professor of Electrical Engineering

Harvard SEAS

 

Radhika Nagpal

Associate Professor of Computer Science

Harvard SEAS

Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering

 

Greg Morrisett

Allen B. Cutting Professor of Computer Science

Associate Dean for Computer Science and Engineering

Harvard SEAS

 

Joseph Ayers

Professor

Dept. of Biology and Marine Science Center

Northeastern University

 

David Brooks

Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science

Harvard SEAS

 

Stacey Combes

Assistant Professor of Organismic & Evolutionary Biology

Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences

 

L. Mahadevan

Lola England de Valpine Professor of Applied Mathematics

Harvard SEAS

Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering

 

Shriram Ramanathan

Associate Professor of Materials Science

Harvard SEAS

 

Todd Zickler

Professor of Electrical Engineering

Harvard SEAS

  

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Overview of the Micro Air Vehicles Project

INSPIRED by the biology of a bee and the insect’s hive behavior ...

we aim to push advances in miniature robotics and the design of compact high-energy power sources; spur innovations in ultra-low-power computing and electronic “smart” sensors; and refine coordination algorithms to manage multiple, independent machines.

Practical Applications

Coordinated agile robotic insects can be used for a variety of purposes including:

    

autonomously pollinating a field of crops;

search and rescue (e.g., in the aftermath of a natural disaster);

hazardous environment exploration;

military surveillance;

high resolution weather and climate mapping; and

traffic monitoring.

These are the ubiquitous applications typically invoked in the development of autonomous robots. However, in mimicking the physical and behavioral robustness of insect groups by coordinating large numbers of small, agile robots, we will be able to accomplish such tasks faster, more reliably, and more efficiently.

    

Vision and Aims

The collaborators envision that the Nature-inspired research could lead to a greater understanding of how to artificially mimic the collective behavior and “intelligence” of a bee colony; foster novel methods for designing and building an electronic surrogate nervous system able to deftly sense and adapt to changing environments; and advance work on the construction of small-scale flying mechanical devices.

    

More broadly, the scientists anticipate the devices will open up a wide range of discoveries and practical innovations, advancing fields ranging from entomology and developmental biology to amorphous computing and electrical engineering.

    

Through a relationship with the Museum of Science, Boston, the team will also create an interactive exhibit to teach and inspire future scientists and engineers.

    

Body, Brain, and Colony

        

From flies to fish to lobsters, small insects and animals have long been ideal models for roboticists and computer scientists. Bees, for example, possess unmatched elegance in flight, zipping from flower to flower with ease and hovering stably with heavy payloads.

    

Body

By leveraging existing breakthroughs from Professor Wood’s Microrobotics Lab, which conducted the first successful flight of a life-sized robotic fly in 2007, the team will explore ways to emulate such aerobatic feats in their proposed devices. In addition, achieving autonomous flight will require compact high-energy power sources and associated electronics, integrated seamlessly into the ‘body’ of the machine.

    

Brain

One of the most complicated areas of exploration the scientists will undertake will be the creation of a suite of artificial “smart” sensors, akin to a bee’s eyes and antennae. Professor Wei explains that the ultimate aim is to design dynamic hardware and software that serves as the device’s ‘brain,’ controlling and monitoring flight, sensing objects such as fellow devices and other objects, and coordinating simple decision-making.

    

Colony

Finally, to mimic the sophisticated behavior of a real colony of insects will involve the development of sophisticated coordination algorithms, communications methods (i.e., the ability for individual machines to ‘talk’ to one another and the hive), and global-to-local programming tools to simulate the ways groups of real bees rely upon one another to scout, forage, and plan.

    

The Team

The investigators, primarily based at Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, will coordinate efforts with faculty from the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard and Northeastern University’s Department of Biology.

    

In addition, Centeye, a microelectronics firm in Washington, D.C., specializing in vision chip and visual sensor technology, will contribute technical knowledge.

    

A number of the collaborators are core faculty members of the newly created Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering. As the work fits particularly well with Wyss’s mission of “creating new materials and devices using Nature’s design principles,” the Institute, along with SEAS, will play a critical role in supporting the research, providing laboratory space and in-kind financial support.

    

Funding

Harvard is one of three lead institutions receiving the latest round of awards under the NSF’s Expeditions in Computing program.

    

The program, established last year by the Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE), provides the CISE research and education community with the opportunity to pursue ambitious, fundamental research agendas that promise to define the future of computing and information and render great benefit to society. Funded at levels up to $2,000,000 per year for five years, Expeditions represent some of the largest single investments currently made by the directorate.

Let me present 'Warriors of the 5 planes' : A clan of brave and courageous warriors from all walks of life, united in protecting the Booshka Kingdom from enemies by working together with their special forces and talents.

 

This is Ursa : The frostily cool and calm polar bear 'Ursa' from the frozen lakes of the north is part of the teams muscle but also the most brilliant swimmer in the land.

 

Each of these Robobees was hand cast in resin by UK artist Cris Rose then handpainted by myself, Each is 1/1

 

The warriors will be set free Thursday the 9th February at 8pm London time on lunabee.co.uk prices at $85 each + shipping. Be sure to be there quick if you want one as the past two series have quite literally flown off the shelves.

Robobees series 2 are being released THIS Friday 10th June at 7pm London time.

 

This whole range has been painted in a different style to the normal Lunabee style, I hope you guys like them.

 

Karpo is the ultimate panda guide when it comes to jungle terrain and he takes his job very seriously. He is also very adept at whipping up bamboo related snacks for all the robobees. Despite his grumpy expression, Karpo is the closest to Dahlia of all the protectors and can often be heard telling her stories of his past adventures as night falls round the camp.

Let me present 'Warriors of the 5 planes' : A clan of brave and courageous warriors from all walks of life, united in protecting the Booshka Kingdom from enemies by working together with their special forces and talents.

 

This is Carina : The girl of the group from the Western farmlands, a little pig named 'Carina' whose tunnel digging is famed throughout the land. Perfect for surprising unsuspecting enemies.

 

Each of these Robobees was hand cast in resin by UK artist Cris Rose then handpainted by myself, Each is 1/1

 

The warriors will be set free Thursday the 9th February at 8pm London time on lunabee.co.uk prices at $85 each + shipping. Be sure to be there quick if you want one as the past two series have quite literally flown off the shelves.

All these little cuties go on sale tonight at 6pm, London time Lunabee.co.uk!

Robobees series 2 are being released THIS Friday 10th June at 7pm London time.

 

This whole range has been painted in a different style to the normal Lunabee style, I hope you guys like them.

 

Dahlia is a Princess who was sent into hiding by her father the king when war sweeped the land and the royal family was threatened. The King's finest craftsman set about creating her a robotic suit to keep her safe in the style of her favorite insect, the bee. To protect her, he called upon his most trusted servants of the animal kingdom from far and wide and fitted them out with robobee suits too. Their job is to protect and care for her until she can return home when peace has settled on the kingdom once more.

The RoboBees, FIRST Robotics Competition Team 836 attend the 2014 FIRST Championship Event after winning the Greater Pittsburgh Regional and earning the Regional Engineering Inspiration Award

The complete set, all 6 lovely bees!

TOP ROW L-R : Damon, Dahlia, Artemis

BOTTOM ROW L-R : Pan, Selene, Karpo

 

These will be on sale at lunabee.co.uk June 10th at 7pm London time.

Handpainted resin Robobee 1/1

Lunabee x Cris Rose collab.

Let me present 'Warriors of the 5 planes' : A clan of brave and courageous warriors from all walks of life, united in protecting the Booshka Kingdom from enemies by working together with their special forces and talents.

 

This is Fornax: The feisty and intelligent red panda 'Fornax' originates from the Booshka forests. He is the leader of the team and organises all of their strategies and attacks.

 

Each of these Robobees was hand cast in resin by UK artist Cris Rose then handpainted by myself, Each is 1/1

 

The warriors will be set free Thursday the 9th February at 8pm London time on lunabee.co.uk prices at $85 each + shipping. Be sure to be there quick if you want one as the past two series have quite literally flown off the shelves.

Trick or Treat?

 

How about a deliciously gruesome treat! I couldn't resist unleashing these Zombees just in time for Halloween. This is a series of 5 Robobees which are going on sale tomorrow (naturally) the 31st October, 7pm London time at lunabee.co.uk.

 

Each uniquely painted Zombee will be priced at £50 and as always you can choose which one you want using the drop down menu on my store.

The RoboBees, FIRST Robotics Competition Team 836 attend the 2014 FIRST Championship Event after winning the Greater Pittsburgh Regional and earning the Regional Engineering Inspiration Award

Robobees series 2 are being released THIS Friday 10th June at 7pm London time.

 

This whole range has been painted in a different style to the normal Lunabee style, I hope you guys like them.

 

Story:

Artemis is a beautiful fox with a wicked sense of humour who keeps all the Robobees entertained with her jokes and tales. She is especially adept at sneaking through towns and villages unnoticed and bringing back information she has eavesdropped from the locals.

Artemis is very close to Pan and the two best friends can often be seen snuggling up together on a cold night in the woods.

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With my new camera, I can finally take the shots (and video) I've wanted to for the past 3 years :) Note: this is not a spectacular photo at all, just an example of what I could never get before (ISO 2000, 1/80 at f/2.5, with the 35mm f/1.8G DX in FX mode).

  

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Let me present 'Warriors of the 5 planes' : A clan of brave and courageous warriors from all walks of life, united in protecting the Booshka Kingdom from enemies by working together with their special forces and talents.

 

This is Leonis : The wise and gentle natured lion 'Leonis' from the hot southern mountains is an expert in navigating - he knows every path, river and forest of Booshka like the back of his majestic paw.

 

Each of these Robobees was hand cast in resin by UK artist Cris Rose then handpainted by myself, Each is 1/1

 

The warriors will be set free Thursday the 9th February at 8pm London time on lunabee.co.uk prices at $85 each + shipping. Be sure to be there quick if you want one as the past two series have quite literally flown off the shelves.

The bees are anxiously awaiting their new homes...

 

These will be on sale at lunabee.co.uk June 10th at 7pm London time.

As promised, here are the final 3 Sprog sculpts to round out Edition D, Rigsbee (2 eyes), Renfield (1 eye) and Rubus (5 eyes) - but these aren't just another set of Sprog designs, these three robobees, along with a forth exclusive sculpt, represent my first collaborative resin project with the fantastic Lunabee!

 

Lunabee has her very own version of the sculpt that i won't be selling and is only available directly from her. April 14th with see her release the first batch of entirely one-off bees in her own unique and colourful style, each with their own personality and charm. Lunabee has a stash of bee-blanks that will ensure she's able grace us with a veritable swarm of releases in the coming months - having seen some of them painted up, i know these are going to fly out of her store faster than she can paint them!

 

My 3 robobees will be up for sale on Thursday April 14th at 18:00 London time on my store (crisrose.bigcartel.com) as part of 20 Edition D blind boxes, as well as a limited number of sets containing all three. Blindboxes are priced at $37.50 (plus shipping) each and 3 packs are $105 (plush shipping) each.

 

There will also be a few surprise releases going on sale along side Edition D in matching colours...

  

Backstory

 

With global bee population critically low and colonies patchy at best, growing concern that the reintroduction and repair of these species was not progressing at a fast enough rate. While the outlook was bright for the insects themselves, both crops and wild plants were noticeably suffering causing public distress. Approached by the Lunabee Trust, England's wealthiest conservation group, a proposal was put forward to develop fully robotic pollinators as a stop gap while the bees recovered. By helping fund development, Lunabee ensured that for every robobee sold privately to farmers, flower growers and hobby gardenings, 3 would be released into the wild and maintained by the Trust.

 

At 3 foot long and traveling at 30mph, Rigsbee, Renfield and Rubus would seem far too large and slow to replace a tiny bee. Released into a field tho, their purpose and size became apparent. As soon as the "stinger" opened, scores of tiny copies, identical to their mothership but 1/12th the size, would stream out and fly in wide formation at incredible speeds!

 

A closer look at one of these 3" bees revealed a pair of high thrust magnito-impuse jets that not only facilitated their rapid flight, but also generated a huge static charge. With field coils built into the body, a bubble of static electricity could be generated between the "stinger" and the "antennae" at incredible field strength and manipulated with surprising control. After a few seconds flight, mere inches from the flowers, a visible bubble of swirling pollen would form around the bot, simultaneously picking up new and depositing old as it hurtles past. When finished, the remaining pollen would be deposited and all the mini bots would return to their 3 foot queen, plugging into individual hexagonal recharging cells within.

 

To help raise public awareness and to ensure that urban spaces were also covered, special brightly coloured Lunabee versions were given out as part of a schools program, while industry purchased swarms in matching colours with advanced optics, guidance systems and queens.

  

 

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What to Expect From What Is a Mode in Math?

 

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Definitions of What Is a Mode in Math

 

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As promised, here are the final 3 Sprog sculpts to round out Edition D, Rigsbee (2 eyes), Renfield (1 eye) and Rubus (5 eyes) - but these aren't just another set of Sprog designs, these three robobees, along with a forth exclusive sculpt, represent my first collaborative resin project with the fantastic Lunabee!

 

Lunabee has her very own version of the sculpt that i won't be selling and is only available directly from her. April 14th with see her release the first batch of entirely one-off bees in her own unique and colourful style, each with their own personality and charm. Lunabee has a stash of bee-blanks that will ensure she's able grace us with a veritable swarm of releases in the coming months - having seen some of them painted up, i know these are going to fly out of her store faster than she can paint them!

 

My 3 robobees will be up for sale on Thursday April 14th at 18:00 London time on my store (crisrose.bigcartel.com) as part of 20 Edition D blind boxes, as well as a limited number of sets containing all three. Blindboxes are priced at $37.50 (plus shipping) each and 3 packs are $105 (plush shipping) each.

 

There will also be a few surprise releases going on sale along side Edition D in matching colours...

  

Backstory

 

With global bee population critically low and colonies patchy at best, growing concern that the reintroduction and repair of these species was not progressing at a fast enough rate. While the outlook was bright for the insects themselves, both crops and wild plants were noticeably suffering causing public distress. Approached by the Lunabee Trust, England's wealthiest conservation group, a proposal was put forward to develop fully robotic pollinators as a stop gap while the bees recovered. By helping fund development, Lunabee ensured that for every robobee sold privately to farmers, flower growers and hobby gardenings, 3 would be released into the wild and maintained by the Trust.

 

At 3 foot long and traveling at 30mph, Rigsbee, Renfield and Rubus would seem far too large and slow to replace a tiny bee. Released into a field tho, their purpose and size became apparent. As soon as the "stinger" opened, scores of tiny copies, identical to their mothership but 1/12th the size, would stream out and fly in wide formation at incredible speeds!

 

A closer look at one of these 3" bees revealed a pair of high thrust magnito-impuse jets that not only facilitated their rapid flight, but also generated a huge static charge. With field coils built into the body, a bubble of static electricity could be generated between the "stinger" and the "antennae" at incredible field strength and manipulated with surprising control. After a few seconds flight, mere inches from the flowers, a visible bubble of swirling pollen would form around the bot, simultaneously picking up new and depositing old as it hurtles past. When finished, the remaining pollen would be deposited and all the mini bots would return to their 3 foot queen, plugging into individual hexagonal recharging cells within.

 

To help raise public awareness and to ensure that urban spaces were also covered, special brightly coloured Lunabee versions were given out as part of a schools program, while industry purchased swarms in matching colours with advanced optics, guidance systems and queens.

  

Pan is the navigator of the group, burrowing underground at super speed and depth due to his amazing robotic suit. The shining lights at the end of his antenna help plan out a safe route for the team in minutes. Pan is always on the alert with his ears poking out the front of his robosuit to pick up even the merest sound of the rustle of a leaf several miles way. He is easily startled much to the delight of his best friend Artemis who insists on playing tricks on him much to the amusement of the others.

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