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CCS Robot Development Kit

CCS ROBOT DEVELOPMENT KIT DOWNLOAD the code from the excercise book CCS Complier Demo The CCS Robot is perfect for Robot Sumo competitions What is Robot Sumo?* Robot-sumo, or pepe-sumo, is a sport in which two robots attempt to push each other out of a circle …

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FLOWSTONE Brat vs. Alien

LERN: FLOWSTONE Brat vs. Alien  Flowstone, a New Graphical Programming Language, Presages Future of Robotics The world of single-board computers and embedded microprocessors is evolving daily and it’s easy to focus on the hardware without considering the changes in the software tools available to program our …

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Pittsburgh FLL Regional Photo Gallery

On Saturday, December 4th, 2010 the National Robotics Engineering Center hosted the FLL Pittsburgh Regional, where 72 teams competed in the FLL Body Forward Challenge. Timothy Friez of the Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy kindly provided these photos of the event.

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Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI)

  ROBOT MAGAZINE BONUS CONTENT If you are not automatically redirected to the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) website, please click here! www.mbari.org (831) 775-1700

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DARwIn-OP Demonstration, RoMeLa, Virginia Tech

DARwIn-OP Demonstration, RoMeLa, Virginia Tech    Introducing Virginia Tech’s Robotics and Mechanisms Laboratory’s latest DARwIn-OP (Dynamic Anthropomorpic Robot with Intelligence, Open Platform), which means you can fabricate the parts, choose your own electronics and build one of your own. Or, if you prefer, you can just …

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Bioloid project design videos from Robotis!

SCORPION PUPPY LIZARD   KING SPIDER DINOSAUR  

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BOOK PREVIEW: Arduino Up and Running

Arduino Up and Running Building fun and creative electronic projects

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LERN: FLOWSTONE Brat vs. Alien

LERN: FLOWSTONE Brat vs. Alien  Flowstone, a New Graphical Programming Language, Presages Future of Robotics The world of single-board computers and embedded microprocessors is evolving daily and it’s easy to focus on the hardware without considering the changes in the software tools available to program our …

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SHIMON, THE ROBOTIC IMPROVISATIONAL MUSICIAN

Georgia Tech’s Shimon is an improvisational robot that will astound you, particularly if you are yourself a musician who “jams”. Check out these amazing tracks! See how Shimon nods with the beat and creates music on the fly. Is Shimon a creative musician? We think so!! …

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Autonomous Quadrotor Flight, Upenn Grasp Lab

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SNAPSHOT: Mar/Apr 2011

“Whistle while you work…” In the last couple of years, flying “quads”, often called quadcopters or quadrotors, have really come alive in the RC hobby world. They are typically flown in a sedate, conservative fashion as they are highly stable aircraft and have become favorites for …

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Robot University Universe 2011

<!–[if supportMisalignedColumns]–> <!–[endif]–>   NAME OF UNIVERSITY, STATE NAME OF PROGRAM WEB LINK DEGREE(S) AWARDED LEAD PROFESSOR(S) NUMBER OF STUDENTS/FACULTY ROBOTS CREATED/ROBOT PLATFORMS USED COMPETITIONS FUNDING/GRANTS OTHER NOTES PHONE     Georgia Institute of Technology Mobile Robot Lab http://www.cc.gatech.edu/ai/robot-lab/   Ronald Arkin, laboratory director, college of …

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