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Hyperfocus: Follow Focus For The Masses

Hyperfocus: Follow Focus For The Masses

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Modification Of The Dash Robot

Modification Of The Dash Robot

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Robotics Pioneer

Victor Scheinman is a pioneer in the field of robotics. In 1969, while he was a mechanical engineering student working in the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab (SAIL), he invented the Stanford Arm, the first all-electric, 6-axis articulated robot, which was controlled by a revolutionary minicomputer.

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High Tech Human Touch Kite Robotics

In the next edition of EduBots, Stefan Spanjer, a reporter from Twente University will begin ongoing coverage of his company, KITE Robotics. In a series of reports, we’ll see his team run trials and site tests of their robot, while the company establishes roots and grows.

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Central Africa’s First Robotics Program

E D U   B O T S SHAPING THE FUTURE OF ROBOTICS Burundi American International Academy Bujumbara, Burundi, Africa Central Africa’s First Robotics Program, by Don Chambers   The first STEM curriculum school in Central Africa, the Burundi American International Academy, has reached a milestone to …

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Joseph F. Engelberger: The Father of Robotics!

It was only a little more than 50 years ago that the word “robot” was relegated to science the world, lectured and educated; authored textbooks that became the standards in robotics. He cajoled, inspired, and educated more, and finally was heard. He is rightfully known as the Father of Robotics, Joseph F. Engelberger.

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