Pooya Karimian

Robotic



RoboCup 2008 in China cancelled?
[Link] http://carpenoctem.das-lab.net/2008/05/05/robocup-2008-in-ch...
The Government of Suzhou, China announced that they can't held Robocup 2008 in July due to the Olympic related issues! There is also an urgent announcement on the robocup website.


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 08:16 AM | Comments (0)


Photos: The birthplace of Pleo
[Link] http://www.news.com/2300-1041_3-6222933-1.html?tag=ne.gall.p...
The robotic dinosaur on CNET News.com


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 10:53 AM | Comments (0)


First Armed Robots Deployed to Iraq
[Link] http://blog.wired.com/defense/2007/08/httpwwwnational.html
How long before they make one of these autonomous? The story is via Slashdot.


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 07:40 PM | Comments (0)


National Geographic: Swarm Behavior Photo Gallery
[Link] http://www7.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/0707/feature5/gallery...
Nice photos and descriptions about swarm behavior. This the main article: Swarm Theory. Just so you know we are in Behavioral Robotics too.


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 04:41 PM | Comments (0)


PleoWorld
[Link] http://www.pleoworld.com/
The Dino robot is finally on sale.


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 04:01 PM | Comments (0)


Mr. Woo Robots
[Link] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4LIThTB8Ww
A Chinese man and his array of walking robots. From "Paul Merton in China" documentary.


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 02:27 PM | Comments (0)


Obsessive Geniuses Strive to Create Almost Human Robots
[Link] http://www.wired.com/science/discoveries/news/2007/03/almost...
Wired interviews Lee Gutkind the author of "Almost Human: Making Robots Think".


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 05:43 PM | Comments (0)


[video] WowWee robots at CES'2007
[Link] http://news.com.com/1606-12994_3-6150150.html
Remote control dragon fly, four legged Roboquad and Elvis android.


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 10:11 AM | Comments (0)

Pleo is still Alive!
[Link] http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/15.01/alive.html
About Pleo the dino toy robot. From Wired Magazine.


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 12:11 AM | Comments (0)


Samsung's killer robot!
[Link] http://blog.scifi.com/tech/archives/2006/11/03/samsung_creat...
No, it does not play MP3 before shooting! Via Robots.net Robots that kill and Robots that don't.


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 08:11 PM | Comments (0)


Trust me, I'm a robot | Economist.com
[Link] http://www.economist.com/displaystory.cfm?story_id=7001829
Robot safety: As robots move into homes and offices, ensuring that they do not injure people will be vital.


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 04:47 PM | Comments (0)


Photos: Bots on the catwalk | CNET News.com
[Link] http://news.com.com/Photos Bots on the catwalk/2300-1041_3-6...
Female robots start going into fashion business.


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 08:58 AM | Comments (0)


Demand for War Robots Surges / Linux as a warware.
[Link] http://robots.net/article/1861.html
It's bad that open-source software can be used for censoring and for killing people.


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 03:00 PM | Comments (0)


The Art Of Motion Control
[Link] http://www.taomc.com/
"The purpose of this site is to suggest that motion control is also an emerging medium for artistic expression."


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 06:22 PM | Comments (0)


A Swarm of Chatterboxes
[Link] http://fas.sfu.ca/news/vaughan-chatterbox
SFU Faculty of Applied Science News on Autonomy Lab: "The critters are 12cm cubes with the brainpower of a Pentium 3 computer. They can see with infra-red “eyes” and they communicate with flashing lights and sound—hence the name Chatterbox."


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 05:20 PM | Comments (0)


nature.com: Cyborg cells sense humidity
[Link] http://www.nature.com/news/2005/051017/full/051017-3.html
Living bacteria have been incorporated into an electronic circuit to produce a sensitive humidity gauge. Link from robots.net.


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 09:37 AM | Comments (0)


Linux Wins the Grand Challenge
[Link] http://robots.net/article/1673.html
A LinuxDevices article notes that most of the teams that qualified in the Grand Challenge were running Linux-based systems. From robots.net


Posted to Computer»Linux , Research»Robotic by pooya at 02:15 PM | Comments (0)


Robots.net: Microsoft's Robots Will Assimilate You
[Link] http://robots.net/article/1606.html
"They have decided that the best way to increase enrollment is to work with universities to incorporate robotics and computer games into the computer science curriculum as class projects where students can exercise their technical skills." The robotics and computer games would be developed using various Microsoft proprietary software tools instead of the currently preferred Open Source / Free software tools. Part of their plan is to develop robot platforms with hardware that runs Microsoft's .net language natively and offering them at much lower prices than conventional robotics hardware.


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 11:23 AM | Comments (0)


Ishikawa Namiki Komuro Laboratory: High Speed Tracking
[Link] http://www.k2.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/papers/fusion_movies-e.html
I found it from an article in slashdot about the dynamic catching high-speed robotic hand. The hand uses an array of photodetectors to match its movement to and catch objects moving up to 300 kph. They can do really fast and low delay tracking in 3d space.


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 10:45 AM | Comments (1)


Gizmodo Japan: CraftRobo Pro
[Link] http://gizmodo.com/gadgets/japan/gizmodo-japan-craftrobo-pro...
An inkjet printer with a built in cutting head which can spit out pre-cut patterns that fold into 3d objects. Here is the manufacturer website.


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 10:30 AM | Comments (0)


MAKE AUDIO SHOW: Tiny Linux computers!
[Link] http://www.makezine.com/blog/archive/2005/07/make_audio_show...
And there he mentioned our works in Simon Fraser too


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 12:13 PM | Comments (0)


“Brain” in a dish acts a autopilot: Living Computer
[Link] http://www.napa.ufl.edu/2004news/braindish.htm
Connecting rat brain cells to a flight simulator, I still can't believe that.


Posted to Research»Robotic by pooya at 08:32 AM | Comments (0)
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