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Robot holiday season videos 2012

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18 December 2012



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My colleagues at the Autonomous Systems Christmas Lab at ETH Zurich have created an awesome Christmas video featuring some of their cool robots:

Mark Hoepfinger writes:

Dear All,

The 2012 Christmas Video from the Autonomous Systems Lab, ETH Zurich. The video illustrates the process of autonomous Christmas present distribution. Starring: Rezero, Firefly, StarlETH and the robotic elevator.

Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!!!
The ASL Team

For more holiday videos, have a look at the ROBOTS Podcast’s Annual Holiday Season Video Special Youtube Playlists. To submit your own, just send us a message at christmas@robotspodcast.com!



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Markus Waibel is a Co-Founder and COO of Verity Studios AG, Co-Founder of Robohub and the ROBOTS Podcast.
Markus Waibel is a Co-Founder and COO of Verity Studios AG, Co-Founder of Robohub and the ROBOTS Podcast.





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