September 14, 2009

Swarmanoid Project, Socializing Robots

If you are familiar with the Swarmanoid project, then you are already aware of the effort to make robots that can act in human-made environments. Eye-bots sense and analyze the environment by flying or being attached to the ceiling. Hand-bots climb walls or objects. Now Foot-bots have been added to the mix, moving in all terrains and transporting objects. If one of the bots is disabled, another can be added without overly effecting the swarm. The leader of the pack, of course, would be Human-bot.

Via Swarmanoid Project

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at September 14, 2009 8:50 AM
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