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Holiday robot videos 2017: Part 3

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24 December 2017



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Happy holidays everyone! Here are some more robot videos to get you into the holiday spirit.
Have a last minute holiday robot video of your own that you’d like to share? Send your submissions to editors@robohub.org.


“The Wish – Autonomous Robotics Christmas Lab 2017” by the Autonomous Systems Lab, the Robotic Systems Lab and the Vision for Robotics Lab, ETH Zurich


“Christmas Video 2017” by Reconfigurable Robotics Lab – EPFL


“Home Holiday Video” by The GRASP Lab, UPenn


“Happy Holidays” by PAL Robotics!


“Merry Christmas from Franka Emika’s robot Panda and the adorable kitten!” by Franka Emika


“Happy Holidays” by Rethink Robotics


“A Meka Christmas” by Reach Robotics


“Happy Holidays” by FANUC America Corporation

For more holiday videos, check last week’s posts: Part 1 and Part 2.




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