January 7, 2010

PR2 Demonstrates DMP

Peter Pastor, a PhD student at USC, used DMPs (Dynamic Movement Primitives) to teach PR2 new movements from only one demonstration. This is a huge concept in robotics when you think about it because it means that a bot can perform the same action even when not the objects are not in the same position. Kudos to Peter and Willow Garage and here's to their continued success.

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at January 7, 2010 9:10 PM
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