Robots Educational Videos


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See video Robot Asimo

Walking and running humanoid robot which can carry and deliver items. It can run at a speed of up to of 6 km/h and slalom around obstacles.

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See video Robots inspired by Animals

Robotics researchers are increasingly turning to nature for inspiration. Watch a robotic salamander, a water strider robot, mechanical cockroaches and some cool self-configuring robots.

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See video Self-organizing robots

Robots with a mind of their own are now being created which can physically join together and self-assemble to fulfill different functions.

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See video Mind-controlled Robotic Hand which can Feel

Scientists from Italy and Sweden developed a new artificial hand that can actually feel, as it is directly linked to the brain. The brain picks up the sensors in the hand, and the hand picks up signals from the brain.

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See video Juan Enriquez: Tech evolution will eclipse the financial crisis (TEDTalks)

A humorous, inspiring and eye-opening presentation about the financial crisis and the potential of technology to reboot the economy.

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See video Einstein robot with realistic facial expressions

A highly realistic Einstein robot developed at the University of California, San Diego. The robot can learn how to smile through self-guided learning.

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See video Big Dog - an ultra stable quadruped robot

BigDog is a dynamically stable robot using four legs for movement. This video demonstrates how it handles being kicked, balancing on slippery ice and overcoming obstacles.

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See video Autonomous Quadrotor Helicopter - Aggressive Maneuvers

A very impressive demonstration of a small autonomous helicopter performing precise aggressive maneuvers - flips, flight through windows, and quadrotor perching.

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See video Tweenbots - Adorable Robot Experiment

The tweenbot has a flag stating its intended destination and depends on passersby to help it get there, because it can only move forward.

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See video Robotic Hands move faster than the eyes can see

These high-speed Japanese robots can do precise operations at a blisteringly fast speed.

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