Bioinspired robotics are robotic systems whose form and function has come about through examining a biological creature which is well adapted for the target task, and then attempting to replicate the creature's design robotically.
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Probabilistic robotics is a new and growing area in robotics, concerned with perception and control in the face of uncertainty. Building on the field of mathematical statistics, probabilistic robotics endows robots with a new level of robustness in real-world situations.
At first glance, it would not seem that an ancient Grecian myth would have anything to do with modern robotics. Yet, whilst still not commonplace, the allusion to Galatea is slowly gaining popularity as a phrase used to reference modern robots and android/gynoids. Certainly as we move ever-closer to bridging the uncanny valley, this allusion makes ever more sense.
A news segment from Robo Business 2009 Conference and Expo in Boston, discussing where robotics at the time was heading.
Robulab by name, sounds like it might be a form of robotic dog. Well, it is not. As the image above shows, its nothing so wildly interesting as that. Yet, what it is, represents something of a paradigm shift that is slowly taking place in the quest for more mainstream robotics.
A lavishly illustrated collection of short interviews with people from all over the field of robotics. The book is 240 pages long, but no one interview comprises more than four pages within it, interspaced with the illustrations.
This podcast comes from TED 2009. It talks about current technologies in robotics, VR, and battlespace, being used now, in Iraq and other conflicts; about the reduction in cost, and the potential dangerous directions these trends are heading in.
Dressed up as real stories from the fighting fronts of recent wars, and varying between a novelistic format, and a textbook one, this book is definitely an easy read, despite the sheer amount of information it presents.
For all those claiming that autonomous robotics willnot be here for decades. In the 1950s, William Grey Walter built the very first, truly autonomous robots.
In 2006, Hiroshi Ishiguro, director of the Intelligent Robotics Laboratory of Osaka University, Japan, developed Geminoid H1, the first actroid android, or as the comic and film have pressed into the public consciousness, the first surrogate.
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The 29th Mechanisms and Robotics Conference will be held as part of the 2005 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences & Computers and Information in Engineering Conference to be held at Hyatt Regency in Long Beach, Californ...
Frontiers of the Human-Machine Interface
June 28 - July 1, 2005
ICORR highlights the most recent advances in the basic sciences of rehabilitation robotics. This conference will focus on a numb...
25th September 2013 - 27th September 2013
Residència d'Investigadors, Barcelona, Spain
ECMR is a biennial European forum, internationally open, that allows roboticists throughout Europe to become acquainted with the l...
31st May 2014 - 5th June 2014
Hong Kong International Convention Centre, Hong Kong, China
The 2014 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) will be held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibitio...
Robots are whirring away in factories all over the world, building cars, phones and cookers. Yet they can do so much more. Robotics for healthcare has been tipped as the next big wave, and Europe should be poised to ride it, according to a ...