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IROS Webcam: Research pitches from the interactive sessions (Part 3)

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26 September 2014



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IROS_WebcamMore pitches from the interactive sessions at IROS: soft untethered robots that jump, visual localization within LIDAR maps, time-delayed tele-operated surgical robotics, and grippers. See also Part 1 and Part 2.

Ryan Wolcott University of Michigan
Visual localization within LIDAR maps for automated urban living
Winner of the IROS 2014 Best Student Paper award!! 

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Michael T. Tolley Harvard University
An untethered jumping soft robot

See also on IEEE Automaton
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Tamás Haidegger Óbuda University
Robust fixed point transformation based design for MRAC of a modified TORA system

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Mustafa Mukadam University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Quasi-static manipulation of a planar elastic rod using multiple robotic grippers

Check out all our IROS14 coverage.

Video courtesy of Per Sjöberg.



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