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Robot Holiday Videos 2013

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25 December 2013



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Our robot holiday videos for 2012 were such a hit that we decided to do it again this year. Here is the list of robot holiday videos 2013. Thank you for spreading the holiday spirit!

From Aldebaran Robotics:
Happy New Year 2014!

From Michael McMaster:
Merry Christmas from our droids, to yours!

From the LASA lab at EPFL:
The LASA robots secretly team up with Santa to organize the Christmas gifts! Happy Holidays from the Learning Algorithms and Systems Lab!

From the Ascending Technologies team:
Can you imagine drones delivering X-mas presents? We can – with a smile.

From the Networked and Embedded Systems Lab:
What Christmas is all about: fun, family, and robots! ;-)

The Autonomous Systems Lab at ETH Zurich proudly presents this year’s Robotics Christmas Video:

Movement at night and a stolen tree, who the heck let the robots free? They gather and cheer, could Christmas be here?



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