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Robotics, Vision And Control: Fundamental Algorithms In Matlab

The practice of robotics and computer vision both involve the applica- tion of computational algorithms to data. Over the fairly recent history of the fields of robotics and computer vision a very large body of algorithms has been developed.

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Robotics: From Concept To Consumer

From the ancient Greeks to the people living today, we have long been fascinated by the idea of robots. Today, things that once seemed like science fiction are becoming reality. Readers will learn how some of todays most innovative thinkers are creating advanced robot technology.

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Robotics At Its Best!

Instead of jumping right into the instructions, this book will provide you first with all the necessary concepts that you need to learn in order to make the learning process a whole lot easier.

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Alpha 1S Humanoid Robot: Technology and Safety Combined

UBTech's Alpha 1S Humanoid Robot is a perfectly designed household humanoid robot, combining advanced technology with safety features for younger users.

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Meccanoid G15 Named “Innovative Toy of the Year”

The Toy Industry Association has awarded the Meccano Meccanoid G15 Robot the “2016 Innovative Toy of the Year.” The Meccanoid comes with over one thousand phrases and has voice recognition to make this personal robot a child’s best friend.

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Affordable Bot Kits for the Youngest Engineers

4M educational toys cover a wide range of subjects. 4M Tin Can lacks features, but still teaches the basics of engineering. All you need is a soda can.

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Cozmo, Your New Best Friend

Anki's first toy robot, Cozmo, fits in the palm of your hand, yet employs some of the most sophisticated AI software ever made available to consumers.

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Q & A With Members Of WPI’s AIM Lab

We spent a few minutes with the researchers at the lab to learn about their start in robotics, their specific projects, and the future of the robotics field for young people.

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Emergent Behavior – Part 8

Robotic Conversations

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Busy Traffic At The International Space Station

Expedition 47 Flight Engineer Tim Peake of the European Space Agency took this photograph on April 6, 2016, as the International Space Station flew over Madagascar, showing three of the five spacecraft currently docked to the station.

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Kite Robotics Part V: Building Our Clientele

In this next phase, as we continue to approach those all-important investors, we are developing and fine-tuning the best method for demonstrating our unique product to potential clients.

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