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Random Robot Roundup

Posted 28 Nov 2007 at 17:37 UTC by steve Share This

After a few days off for the Thanksgiving holidays, the robots.net mailbox is full of interesting things again. Reader euProbe sent links to YouTube videos of MIT's autonomous VTOL robot and Sandia's Mini Robot. The Sandia robot has been around for years, it was the very first story we covered here on robots.net. The Swirling Brain pointed out a Slashdot story on the MIT VTOL robot and Georgia Tech's autonomous helicopter. Another reader sent us a link to a story about the SARCOS miltary exoskeleton. Roland Piquepaille sent links to his latest stories on an EEG-controlled robot arm and a virtual math teacher. Mark "the android man" Miller sent us a photo of his latest humanoid robot pushing a mower. The Dallas Personal Robotics Group posted photos of renovation work on the warehouse space where they hold their weekly RBNO meetings. Know any other robot news, gossip, or amazing facts we should report? Send 'em our way please.

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