Here are three great videos on the Lego EV3 Touch, Ultrasonic and Color sensors. Click on the “Playlist” button on top of the video player to see all the videos.
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An international team led by researchers at the University of Texas, at Dallas, have made a new form of super muscle with applications in robotics, human augmentation, construction and clothing industries, from fishing wire.
I finished building my robot today. It was a comparatively quick build compared to RC and model kits I am used to making.
I will make a full post of the build and the technology behind it later but for now here is a video of me calibrating the servos that control the robots head. 39 more words
Lately I have been working on an approach for learning from demonstration with Amir Ghalamzan, an exchange student from Milan Polytechnic. The idea of the demo was to be able to easily do transfer learning experiments: the algorithm learns how the user behaves around certain obstacles while following a set path. 404 more words