On today's GeekBeat, we take a look at robots that find their way via smell, a coating that repels all liquids and does TV affect sperm count?
Today, we check out a coating that repels all liquids, bomb-carrying robots that find their way by smell, the Ouya game console heads for retail stores, how TV viewing affects sperm count, and a dress that turns clear when the wearer is turned on.
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Ultra-Ever Dry is a superhydrophobic and oleophobic coating that repels liquids like nothing you've ever seen.
The U.S. Navy hopes to someday replace a crew of sailors who move bombs around aircraft carriers with robots that would sniff their way from bomb storage below decks to jets above deck.
Kickstarter sensation Ouya, an open source game console, is headed to retail by the middle of the year.
A new Harvard study indicates that as TV viewing time goes up, a manâ€™s sperm count goes down.