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[[Image:DSC00001.JPG|thumb|The main gripper of an SBOT]]
[[Image:DSC00001.JPG|thumb|The main gripper of an SBOT]]
* [[SBOT FAQ]] - Check this carefully please
* [[Arena time slots]] - Reserve sbot arena time
* [[Arena time slots]] - Reserve sbot arena time
* [[SBOT hardware disassembly]] - videos on how to take an sbot apart and fix hardware problems
* [[SBOT hardware disassembly]] - videos on how to take an sbot apart and fix hardware problems

Revision as of 19:56, 10 January 2005

The Swarmbots Project

The main gripper of an SBOT

Software and Hardware

General Information


  • Toward a More Human Robot (BusinessWeek article) - Interview with Takeo Kanade. As director of Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute from 1992 to 2001, Takeo Kanade has been one of the pioneers in the field of robotics. On the future of robotics, the US research situation and playfulness.
  • Japanese robot to chat lonely elderly out of senility (Yahoo News) - Japan's growing elderly population from will be able to buy companionship in the form of a 45-centimeter (18-inch) robot, programmed to provide just enough small talk to keep them from going senile.
  • Army to deploy robots that shoot (News.com article) - Next year, the U.S. Army will give robots machine guns, although humans will firmly be in control of them.

Read more news on robots.net...

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