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Holiday robot videos 2015: Part 6

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25 December 2015



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Happy holidays everyone! Here’s our last video in the holiday video series from MIT. 

From Andrea Censi at MIT

We are creating a new class at MIT on Autonomous Vehicles, and we called it DuckieTown: http://DuckieTown.mit.edu. We made a Christmas-themed announcement video!

If you’re wondering why it’s called DuckieTown, Andrea is also responsible for the upcoming #ICRA16 duckie-themed robot videos! It’s become something of an obsession.


Thanks again to all those who sent us their holiday videos! Check out the full playlist on Youtube here:



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