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Flowstone Workshop 10 Part 3

How To Really Program A Humanoid Robot - Part 3

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ROBOT 2013 BUYERS GUIDE NOW ONLINE!

Robot's all new 2013 Buyers Guide includes a wide range of the hottest new products currently available! Whether you are interested in rovers or aerial vehicles, or are just looking for the latest parts and pieces to hop up your bot, this guide is for you! Spanning both hardware and software, this free guide is a "must read" that you don't want to miss!

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Curiosity Tools Provided by NASA/JPL

This view of the sun from Mars was taken from a NASA /JPL panorama that any of us can peruse and select images from. This is a new kind of

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2013 Robot Buyers Guide

We are pleased to bring you our all new 2013 Robot Magazine Buyers Gude. This Guide identifies some of the hottest new products on the market, and it covers a broad range of robotics parts and pieces, including both hardware and software.

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Robots Podcast #135: Jonathon Roberts, autonomous systems

The latest competition news courtesy of: “All the news that’s fit to assimilate” “As Director of the Autonomous Systems Laboratory in CSIRO’s ICT Centre [Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Information and Communication Technologies], Dr. Roberts leads more than 45 scientists and engineers. Research in …

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MIT Study Locates Stored Memories in Brain

The latest competition news courtesy of: “All the news that’s fit to assimilate” Scientists have long pondered the question of how and where the brain stores episodic memories, complex associations of objects, space and time. MIT research led by Susumu Tonegawa reveals new details of the …

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Random Robot Roundup

The latest competition news courtesy of: “All the news that’s fit to assimilate” This week’s roundup includes a lot of fun and interesting stuff! We’ve got insects, consciousness, language, sensory awareness, backflipping robots, and more. Let’s start with the backflipping. RoboJenny sent us this video of …

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CMU Snake Robot Trial at Nuclear Power Plant

The latest competition news courtesy of: “All the news that’s fit to assimilate” A CMU press release (PDF format) describes a recent field test of CMU’s modular snake robot in which it navigates inside an Austrian nuclear power plant. The robot moved through pipes, open valves, …

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Amoeba-inspired Self-Organizing Systems

The latest competition news courtesy of: “All the news that’s fit to assimilate” Amoebas (or Amebas as the kids today call them) are interesting little animals that have inspired lots of thought among roboticists on how life interacts with an environment. Now they’ve inspired a team …

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Robots Podcast #134: Mining Automation

The latest competition news courtesy of: “All the news that’s fit to assimilate” In Robots Podcast #134, interviewer Priscila Soares speaks with Martin Adams, principal investigator at the industry funded Advanced Mining Technology Centre (AMTC) and Professor of Electrical Engineering at the Dept. of Electrical Engineering, …

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Best Robot Photos of the Week

The latest competition news courtesy of: “All the news that’s fit to assimilate” This edition of best robot photos of the week includes some shots of the Robot Dance Party bot at the San Francisco Pride Parade. There are also pics of a variety of student-built …

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Weekend Roundup

Courtesy of: “Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International” . . A roundup of noteworthy news in the unmanned systems and robotics world this week, including NASA GROVER task completion at great heights and explained uses for unmanned systems in the postal system Go To The Original …

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DARPA Robotics Challenge Track B/C Teams Meet ATLAS Robot

Courtesy of: “Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International” . . DARPA unveiled its ATLAS robot that will be used in its Robotics Challenge competition. Go To The Original News Item

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