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#ICRAcam (Part 2): Handheld cobots, magnetic manipulators, mini robotic probes, and the Butterfly problem revisited

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18 June 2015



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ICRAcam_00_900pxwThanks to IEEE RAS ICRA, who allowed us to film at the event, we’ve got some more highlights from some of this year’s exciting papers. We’ll be sharing lots more ICRAcam videos over the next couple of weeks, so watch this space! In Part Two: cooperative handheld robots, reconfigurable magnetic manipulation in medical robotics, mini robotic probes for surgery, and a new approach to the Butterfly Robot benchmark. Check out all our ICRA coverage here


 

Need a helping hand?

The Design and Evaluation of a Cooperative Handheld Robot | Gregg-Smith, Austin; Mayol, Walterio
*Best Cognitive Robotics Paper Finalist*

www.handheldrobotics.org

 


 

Magnetically-controlled mini medibots

First Demonstration of a Modular and Reconfigurable Magnetic-Manipulation SystemPetruska, Andrew; Abbott, Jake; Brink, Joseph
*Best Robotic Manipulation Paper Finalist*

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Helping surgeons get a better view

A Miniaturised Robotic Probe for Real-Time Intraoperative Fusion of Ultrasound and Endomicroscopy | Dwyer, George; Giataganas, Petros; Pratt, Philip; Hughes, Michael;  Yang, Guang-Zhong
*Best Medical Robotics Paper Finalist*

More info

 


 

Butterfly benchmark revisited

Case Study in Non-Prehensile Manipulation: Planning and Orbital Stabilization of One-Directional Rollings for the “Butterfly” Robot | Surov, Maksim; Shiriaev, Anton; Freidovich, Leonid; Gusev, Sergei; Paramonov, Leonid
*Best Conference Paper Finalist*

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