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Holiday robot videos 2015: Part 4

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23 December 2015



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zen_Robotics_HolidaYRobot_Video_2015From Boston Dynamics, Universal Robots, ZenRobotics, and Artiminds. Have a holiday robot video of your own that you’d like to share? Send your submissions to info [at] robohub.org!

From Boston Dynamics:

Happy Holidays from Boston Dynamics!

 

 


 

From Universal Robots:

Season’s Greetings!

 

 


 

From ZenRobotics:

Here’s our holiday robot video — enjoy! Happy holidays from Zen Robotics!

 


From Artiminds:

As every year our newest team members (this year Raimund, Sven K & Thomas) were given the task to make a fun Christmas video. I think they have done a great job in showing how easy the usage of ArtiMinds RPS is and what advantages force-adaptive robot movements have.

 


Want to junk out and watch them all? Check out the full playlist on Youtube here:



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