GroundBot: Remotely controlled surveillance robot from Sweden

On November 3, 2011, in Robotics, by Mike Jefferson

Although latest robots can play table tennis, robots can also be used for surveillance, and if you’re interested about surveillance robot, we might have the right thing for you today.


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Robots can do all sorts of things, and some of them, like PR2, can bring you sandwiches, while others, like the ones that we’re showing you today, can play a game of table tennis on their own.

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We have seen all sorts of medical implants and prosthetics that could improve the lives people with certain medical conditions, and speaking of which, today we want to introduce you to Eyeborg.

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MABEL: Running bipedal robot with knees

On August 30, 2011, in Robotics, Technology, by Mike Jefferson

Robots have proven that they can do all sorts of things, from singing and playing instruments, to learning on their own, but the only limitation that robots have is their running speed and movement, but this latest robot could change that.

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In the past, we saw that robots can do all sorts of things, such as singing and playing instruments, but we’ve never seen a robot that can learn and think on its own, until now.
This robot has been developed by folks from Hasegawa Group at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. Thanks to the technology called SOINN (Self-Organizing Incremental Neural Network), this robot can think like a human when it faces a task that it has never done before by making decisions based on its past experiences and knowledge.

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DARwIn-OP plays DDR and dances

On August 11, 2011, in Robotics, Technology, by Mike Jefferson

As you know, robots have advanced a lot during the years, and now they can do all sorts things, and speaking of things that robots can do, did you know that robots could dance?

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Robots are constantly evoloving, and they can do all sorts of things, such as singing and playing instruments, but now we have a robot that can actually recognize and learn the beat patterns. YouTube user mspetitegeek along with her lab colleague Tatsuhiko Itohara have been working with HRP-2, a humanoid robot developed by Kawada Industries.

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