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VIDEO: Weinberg and Breton Show Off Musical Robots on the Today Show #GTrobotics
Savannah Guthrie joins musicians in Studio 1A to investigate some cutting-edge musical instruments. In a tape segment, she travels to Woodstock, New York, to meet musician Ed Potokar, inventor of "peg leg" and "time portal" instruments.
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What's better than our weekly #GTrobotics seminars? Getting cool swag and advanced screening passes to the #ChappieMovie! Join us on Wed., Feb. 25 to get yours and hear a talk by GT's own Byron Boots.

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KUKA KR210 Robot Arm Plays Ball at Georgia Tech
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Students in metro Atlanta are on spring break this week. Usually you may think of spring break as a time to hang out in a park or play video games, but
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Robotics movies abound. Did your favorite make this list? http://www.roboticstrends.com/photo/15_best_robot_movies_of_all_time/0
Disney's Big Hero 6 has been nominated for an Oscar for Best Animated Feature Film. In anticipation of the 87th Academy Awards, we count down our favorite robot movies of all time.
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Your next robot could have abilities inspired by a cat. #gtcomputing #GeorgiaTech #GTrobotics
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Transforming the world of robotics.
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Launched on November 4, 2013, the Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines (IRIM) evolved into Georgia Tech’s newest Interdisciplinary Research Institute and builds upon the foundational work in robotics developed on campus over the last decade.

Led by Distinguished Professor and KUKA Chair of Robotics Henrik Christensen, IRIM continues Georgia Tech’s tradition of designing the next generation of robotics technology and helping to prepare robotics students to be impactful contributors upon entering the high-tech workforce.

IRIM brings together all robotics researchers from across campus—spanning colleges, departments and individual labs—to create new collaborative opportunities for faculty, strengthen partnerships with industry and government and maximize the societal impact of the transformative robotics research conducted at Georgia Tech.

Major areas of robotics research conducted through the centers, labs and programs at IRIM include: 

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