|Filed Under:||Hobbies / Robotics|
|Posts on Regator:||292|
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|Archived Since:||February 13, 2009|
Monica Daley on how birds run and what lessons we can apply to legged robots.
Peter Harris discusses the use of collaborative robots to facilitate drug discovery.
Karl Weaver on wireless technology in China.
Zhe discusses the development of hardware platforms for incorporating SLAM for mobile robots.
Elliott Rouse on the design and software interface of an open source prosthetic leg.
Helen Huang on improving a users experience with a prosthetic through online learning of control parameters
Robots for painting tall buildings, machining large parts, education, and environmental monitoring.
Peter Adamczyk on shiftable shapes, controllable keels, and alignable ankles.
Marco Hutter on design and control of a quadrupedal robot.
Vijay Kumar on designing smart swarms of micro air vehicles.
Chris Gerdes on an autonomous race car and an autonomous drifting Delorean.
Ayanna Howard on how robots can be used to “gamify” pediatric therapy.
Katsu Yamane on robot design at Disney, a robot simulator used by Disney's animators, and becoming an “Imagineer.”
Leon Kuperman on cybersecurity threats and how to guard against them.
Kostas Bekris introduces tensegrity robots, and research into smart control algorithms for them.
A wrist-veins biometric reader that functions as a security solution for smart devices.
Peter Corke on free, online courses in robotics and computer vision.
Question interpretation in a dialogue system, extracting patient timelines from doctor’s notes, and connecting words and phrases to relevant medical topics.
Sergey Levine on applying deep learning techniques for end-to-end design of robots.
Russian prosthesis and a robot for helping you find fitting shoes