Robotic eyes

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  • The word robot is commonly defined as a mechanical device capable of performing human tasks, or behaving in a human-like manner. No argument here. The description certainly fits. But to the robotics experimenter, “robot” has a completely different meaning. A robot is a special brew of motors, solenoids, wires, and assorted electronic odds and ends, a marriage of mechanical and electronic gizmos.

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  • The development of a humanoid robot in the collaborative research centre 588 has the objective of creating a machine that closely cooperates with humans. The collaborative research centre 588 (SFB588) “Humanoid Robots – learning and cooperating multi-modal robots” was established by the German Research Foundation (DFG) in Karlsruhe in May 2000.

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  • Báo cáo trình bầy một ứng dụng mạng nơ ron trong điều khiển hệ thống bao gồm tay máy có gắn camera (hand-eye robot) để quan sát và bám theo mục tiêu. Phương thức điều khiển dựa trên nguyên lý tuyến tính hoá tín hiệu ảnh phản hồi. Mạng nơ ron được đưa vào nhằm giảm nhẹ tác động của những thành phần ngẫu nhiên, cho phép sử dụng các tham số có độ chính xác hạn chế vào trong mô hình động học của hệ thống. Mạng nơ ron được xem như là một yếu tố...

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  • Humanoid robots are developed to use the infrastructures designed for humans, to ease the interactions with humans, and to help the integrations into human societies. The developments of humanoid robots proceed from building individual robots to establishing societies of robots working alongside with humans. This book addresses the problems of constructing a humanoid body and mind from generating walk patterns and balance maintenance to encoding and specifying humanoid motions and the control of eye and head movements for focusing attention on moving objects....

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  • EURASIP Journal on Applied Signal Processing 2003:7, 617–619 c 2003 Hindawi Publishing Corporation Editorial Shihab A. Shamma Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Center for Auditory and Acoustic Research, Institute for Systems Research, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742, USA Email: sas@eng.umd.edu ´ Andre van Schaik School of Electrical and Information Engineering, University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia Email: andre@ee.usyd.edu.

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  • We did—and found the rest of the girl mech. All of her, that is, except the head. The working parts were lightly oiled and wrapped in cotton waste while the other members and sections of the trunk were neatly packed in cardboard boxes with labels like Solenoids FB978 or Transistors Lot X45—the kind of boxes robots bought their parts in. We even found a blue dress in one of them. "Check her class and series numbers," Min suggested. I could have saved myself the trouble. They'd been filed off. "Something's funny here," I said. "We'd better keep an eye on...

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  • In contrast, a human driver has very acute sensors: eyes for seeing things and ranging distances, force sensors to sense acceleration, and balance to sense levelness. A human expects certain things of an auto- mobile’s (car, truck, jeep, HumVee, etc.) mobility system (wheels, sus- pension, and steering) and uses those many and powerful sensors to guide that mobility system’s efforts to traverse difficult terrain. The robot’s mobility system must be passively very capable, the car’s mobil- ity system must feel right to a human....

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