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HEARBO Robot by Honda localizes and recognizes sounds | Automaton


curated by | November 20, 2012

 

Honda Research Institute creates HEARBO (HEAR-ing roBOT), a robot capable of localizing, separating, and recognizing sound sources. This allows the robot to focus on important sound sources, such as a human issuing a command, instead of background noise or noise coming from its own motors.

 

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