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Janken (rock-paper-scissors) robot with 100% winning rate [Technology]
posted November 6 2013 11:11.53 by spic0m




As a research in sensor fusion a team from Ishikawa Oku Laboratory developed a janken (rock-paper-scissors) robot with 100% winning rate as one example of human-machine cooperation systems.

The robot realizes 100% winning rate by high speed ecognition of high speed vision and high speed acuation of a robot hand. In the first version, a final shape of the robot is delayed about 20ms after the finished shape of a human hand. In the second version, a final shape of the robot is completed almost same time of the finished shape of a human hand.




[Link: Ishikawa Oku Laboratory]
 
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