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Robot Shows How to Jump High

Robot Shows How to Jump High | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
A simple robot demonstrates the timing and motion necessary to make the highest jumps, with parallels to human jumping.
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Researchers at Georgia Tech develop robot cameras that replicate eye movement

Researchers at Georgia Tech develop robot cameras that replicate eye movement | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
Scientists at Georgia Tech have successfully replicated muscle movement of the human eye in robots, a milestone they hope will improve the overall operation of our droid friends. Their research could...
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Can Robots Debone a Chicken?

Can Robots Debone a Chicken? | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
Engineers from Japan to Holland have been trying for decades to create a robot that can replace human workers performing the repetitive task of making precise cuts to remove the valuable breast meat from chickens.
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Robots Using Tools: With New Grant, Researchers Aim to Create ‘MacGyver’ Robot | School of Interactive Computing

Robots Using Tools: With New Grant, Researchers Aim to Create ‘MacGyver’ Robot | School of Interactive Computing | The Robot Times | Scoop.it

“Our goal is to develop a robot that behaves like MacGyver, the television character from the 1980s who solved complex problems and escaped dangerous situations by using everyday objects and materials he found at hand,” said Stilman, an assistant professor in the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech.

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Research and Academics: Mosquitoes Could Change Robotics | Robotics Trends

Research and Academics: Mosquitoes Could Change Robotics | Robotics Trends | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
Researchers have studied how mosquitoes survive the impact of raindrops more than 50 times their body mass.
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