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#ICRAcam (Part 3): IKEA assembly-bots, RoboSherlock, MRI-powered millirobots and human-robot contact

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23 June 2015



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ICRAcam_00_900pxwIn Part Three of our ICRAcam series, you’ll learn about what it takes to get a robot to build IKEA furniture, information processing for robot perception, an MRI-powered millibot that shoots like a Gauss Gun to make tiny holes for surgical applications, and coordinated motion and contact in HRI. A special thanks to IEEE RAS ICRA, who allowed us to film at the event to bring you 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!  Check out all our ICRA coverage here


 

Building the IKEAsy way

Multi-Robot Grasp Planning for Sequential Assembly Operations | Dogar, Mehmet Remzi;  Spielberg, Andrew; Baker, Stuart;  Rus, Daniela
*Best Robotic Manipulation Paper Finalist*

More info here and here.

 


 

Perception: It’s elementary

RoboSherlock: Unstructured Information Processing for Robot Perception | Beetz, Michael;  Balint-Benczedi, Ferenc;  Blodow, Nico;  Nyga, Daniel;  Wiedemeyer, Thiemo;  Marton, Zoltan-Csaba
*Best Service Robotics Paper Award Winner*

Project website
More info

 


 

Tiny guns

Toward Tissue Penetration by MRI-Powered Millirobots Using a Self-Assembled Gauss GunBecker, Aaron;  Felfoul, Ouajdi;  Dupont, Pierre
*Best Medical Robotics Paper Finalist*

Related Youtube videos

 


 

Working side by side

Control of Generalized Contact Motion and Force in Physical Human-Robot Interaction | Magrini, Emanuele Sapienza; Flacco, Fabrizio Sapienza; De Luca, Alessandro
*Best Conference Paper Finalist*

More info

 

 



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