Home Run in Lab

Author(s):
Taku Senoo (University of Tokyo), 
Company: University of Tokyo, Japan
Published: dSPACE Magazin 2/2010, Jul 2010

Ultra-high-speed robots are expected to open up new fields of applications. With extremely high kinematic performance and stupendous cognitive capabilities, they surpass the human processing ability and challenge the limitations of machines. A project based on two robots at the University of Tokyo demonstrates the state of current research.



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