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Visual feedback is used to learn a basic wiping trajectory. After it is learned, feedback is switched to force-feedback. The height of wiping is adjusted. The height is continuously learned and after a few periods finally learned. The robot thus know how to maintain contact with the table. The work was performed at KIT. Continue reading “ARMAR IIIb Humanoid Robot Learns to Wipe a Table”
Robirds are truly unique remotely controlled robotic birds of prey, with the realistic appearance and weight of their living counterparts. Robirds use flapping wing flight as a means of propulsion, with a flight performance comparable to real birds. Based on nature itself, the Robirds offer new and exciting possibilities in bird control. By triggering the instinct of birds, through the combination of silhouette and wing movement, chasing off birds becomes fully controllable. Continue reading “The Bird Drones Chase Real Birds Away From Airports | Robirds”
According to Albert Einstein, the sky’s the limit when imagination and knowledge are paired together! Now you can learn science through the whimsical and knowledgeable eyes of your own personal genius—Professor Einstein.
Professor Einstein is the first robot with full facial expressions that can interact dynamically with you and your iPad or Android tablet to teach science and play learning games. Continue reading “Professor Einstein: Your Personal Genius”
A bimanual underwater humanoid robot with haptic feedback from Stanford allows human pilots an unprecedented ability to explore the depths of the oceans in high fidelity. Continue reading “A Bimanual Underwater Humanoid robot for Stanford”