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German Aerospace Robot Plays Catch with Two Balls

HizookRobotics (1722346) writes | more than 3 years ago

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HizookRobotics writes "German Aerospace Center (DLR) designed "Rollin' Justin" to fix satellites in space. But robotics work isn't all work and no play... In the past, DLR engineers had Justin "dancing like in pulp fiction." More recently, in work to be presented at the International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) in two weeks, DLR engineers demonstrated whole-body real-time control, allowing Justin to catch two balls at once or prepare you a cup of coffee."
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