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The juggling bot - Performs a trick with 2 balls
posted January 17 2011 9:44.19 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Not often do we see a juggling bot, because it requires speed and precision, something that humans can practice, but for bots this requires expensive equipments and engineering. This bot, does a juggling trick with a ping-pong paddle and 2 balls. It uses high speed cameras to track the motion of the balls. The bot itself is a fast and powerful Delta Haptic. A ball can be added at any time, and the system will recognize it at run-time. That is indeed very impressive. Read more here.

[Via: adafruit]    [Link: paulclinger]
Tags: robot   electronic project   mechanical   

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