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Bionic Limb Advances Reconnect the Patient’s Sense of Touch

Full article → http://www.industrytap.com/bionic-limb-advances-reconnect-patients-sense-touch/18207
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A hexapod robot powered by a Raspberry Pi. The project is moving along nicely from the last time is was posted here, with a new platform to attach new hardware and all new metal gear micro servos.

In the video, a MacBook Pro is connected to the Raspberry Pi via SSH with X11 forwarding. The Raspberry Pi streams video from the standard Raspberry Pi Camera at the front of the robot (with a 4ish second delay). An Adafruit LCD panel sits at the top, ready to be used as a way to interact with the robot. Also present and working is a PiBorg XLoBorg with a temperature sensor, accelerometer and 3-axis magnetometer. The servos are controlled by an Arduino Leonardo board that is plugged into the Raspberry Pi via USB.

The Raspberry Pi controls everything on the robot. The next step is to connect several ultrasonic sensors around the robot, a microphone, and a speaker. Once the final bits of hardware are connected the last step  for the hardware is to work out how to power everything with a battery that provides enough volts and amps for the servos, and a nice 5v 2a for the Raspberry Pi.

Once all the hardware is setup and working, the plan is to write code in Python to create an autonomous machine that can navigate its environment and interact with humans via voice and video.

Last time I posted here, a video was requested of the robot moving. Please see comments for a video.

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SuperDroid 6WD Snow Plow #Robot
http://www.gadgetify.com/superdroid-robotic-snow-plow/

This could have been useful a few weeks ago :)
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An electrical #engineering professor created a micro-windmill that can generate wind energy for small devices like cellphone batteries. A grain of rice could hold 10 of these tiny windmills. http://bit.ly/JV3nEE
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Fly with us next week at SxSW Create in Austin, TX! This free event is Fri-Sun Mar.7-9th, from 11am-6pm, with an open-fly session each day from 4-6pm.  

http://makezine.com/2014/02/28/drone-flyers-in-austin-fly-with-us-at-sxsw-next-weekend/
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Neural networks encompass algorithms to do pattern recognition or machine learning. You could use it to learn from the motor neuron activity and define patterns and map these to motor commands of the quadcopter. 
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Herding Robots

A new system combines simple control programs to enable fleets of robots — or other “multiagent systems” — to collaborate in unprecedented ways.

Writing a program to control a single autonomous robot navigating an uncertain environment with an erratic communication link is hard enough; write one for multiple robots that may or may not have to work in tandem, depending on the task, is even harder.

Full article at http://goo.gl/kTGGuF.

Image: Researchers are currently testing their system in a simulation of a warehousing application, where teams of robots would be required to retrieve arbitrary objects from indeterminate locations, collaborating as needed to transport heavy loads. The simulations involve small groups of iRobot Creates, programmable robots that have the same chassis as the Roomba vacuum cleaner. This image is a still taken from the video. Credit MIT.

Additional Information: The findings will be presented at the 13th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems in Paris, France. The event runs between May 5-9 2014.

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This robot can balance and ride a bicycle.
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Researchers from Saitama University have built a virtual rehabilitation machine. The tech, called R-cloud, gives patients and doctors a virtual representation of the patient’s muscles to show how they are doing. http://bit.ly/1bhnVgi
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Cybertech Robotics works with robotic visual systems, robotic crawlers, televising equipment, automated factory equipment, robotic vehicles, AI programming, artificial neural networks, software, electronics and more.

Services offered include repairing robotic equipment, troubleshooting, building custom robotic systems, on the job repairs for robotic crawlers, inspection cameras, technical advice and robotic products. 

Custom surveillance, inspection and computer systems can also be developed for industrial or private individuals.

We are located near Houston, Texas and provide services for city, county, and state projects across the U.S. We also provided services for public and private companies as well as individuals with robotics questions.

We accept shipments from around the globe, so if you need a solution to your robotics problems, please keep us in mind.

If you need any of our services, send us an email in here, or go to our website and get a free estimate. You can also reach us by phone for a direct consultation.