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A pendulum juggling bot is not as simple as it looks, and totally blind
posted May 31 2011 19:47.05 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Meet the Blind Juggler, a robot that is able to juggle a ball on a paddle. But that is not all it can do. The bot gradually swings the paddle left and right like a pendulum, without loosing the ball. And the most incredible thing is that there is absolutely no means of sensing the ball! No cameras, no sensors no nothing. The bot is totally autonomous and totally bind. It only relies on mathematical analysis. How cool is that!



[Link: blind juggler]
Tags: robot   mechanical   sensors   autonomous   pendulum   geometry/mathematics   extreme   
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