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Robotics Main Index

Robo (1) - General
  • General
  • Personal Robotics
  • Competitions
  • Conferences
  • Japanese Robotics

    Robo (1A) - Some Robots

  • Androids & Cyborgs
  • Mobile Robots
  • Flying Robots

    Robo (2) - System Design

  • Bot Systems Design
  • Working Bots
  • Problem Solving
  • Robo (3) - Subsystems 1
  • Controller Boards
  • Robotic Control Software
  • Sensors + Transducers

    Robo (4) - Subsystems 2

  • Platforms
  • Mechanical
  • Motor Systems
  • Servos & Steppers

    Robo (5) - Robotelligence

  • Subsumption
  • Robotelligence
  • Navigation
  • Cooperative Robotics
  • Evolutionary Robotics
  • Emergence + Complexity
  • Robo (6) - Research
  • Classical AI
  • New AI
  • People
  • Biomimetics
  • Philosophy of Robotics

    Robo (7) - Neuroscience

  • Cognitive Science
  • Learning
  • Vision
  • Auditory

    Robo (8) - Locomotion

  • Walking Bots
  • Beam Bots
  • Locomotion Analysis

  • [Goto Robotics Gallery]
    Vintage Robot
    Gallery

    Internal Robotics Projects:

    [Biscuit the rock-climbing dog]
    Incredible Walker
    Gallery

    First 3 finishers of 2005 Grand Challenge
  • Stanford [blue car]
  • CMU [red cars]
  • Selected links:

  • "50 Best Robots Ever" - Wired mag article.
  • Robot Daily News: Yahoo, Google, BBC [1] [2]
  • Incredible new Japanese mobility units: Toyota, gizmodo, engadget
  • Robots: engadget, gizmodo, Akihabara.News [sorobangeeks], Expo2005
  • Darpa Grand Challenge: Darpa [1] [2] Forum, Wiki, misc
  • ---- 2005 results (131.6-mile desert course): Stanford [6:53:58; 19.1mph], CMU2 [7:04:50; 18.6mph], CMU1 [7:14:00; 18.2mph], Gray Team [7:30:16; 17.5mph], TerraMax [83-miles]
  • ---- 2005: archive, qualified teams, team technical papers, Darpa downloads page
  • ---- Sebastian Thrun: homepage, probabilistic robotics [1] [2] [3]
  • Darpa Challenge 2004:
  • ---- 2004 best finishes: RedTeam [7.4 miles], SciAutonicsII [6.7 mi], Digital Auto Drive [6.0 mi], Golem [5.2 mi], Caltech [1.3 mi]
  • ---- 2004 teams: archive, images [1] [2] [3], tech-papers, Axion [sensors], DigitalAutoDrive, Overbot, RedTeam [sensors], Sciautonics
  • Tech Museum of Innovation
  • "Rethinking AI" at MIT
  • "Robots and Beyond - Exploring AI at MIT"
  • Misc: 7 Dwarves, JPL Rover, OOPic, Sussex
  • Rod Brooks - subsumption, "Elephants Don't Play Chess"
  • "What Will Home Robots Actually Do?"
  • Small Robot Sensors
  • Japanese Karakuri tradition.
  • List of selected projects + reports.


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