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    Researchers develop a robot that folds towels Berkeley

    02.04.2010· A video — posted on this page — tells the story best. It shows a robot built by the Menlo Park robotics company Willow Garage and running an algorithm developed by the Berkeley team, faced with a heap of towels it’s never “seen” before. The towels

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    Researchers develop a robot that folds towels (w/ Video)

    A video — posted on this page — tells the story best. It shows a robot built by the Menlo Park robotics company Willow Garage and running an algorithm developed by the Berkeley team, faced with a...

  • researchers empower robot to fold towels berkeley

    Researchers empower robot to fold towels Berkeley

    The video of the robot in action tells the story best. It features a robot built by robotics research laboratory Willow Garage, running an algorithm developed by the Berkeley team and faced with a heap of towels it has never “seen” before. The towels are of different sizes, colors and materials.

  • researchers enable a robot to fold towels research uc

    Researchers enable a robot to fold towels Research UC

    The towel-folding robot, though, is doing something very new, according to the leaders of the Berkeley team, doctoral student Jeremy Maitin-Shepard and Assistant Professor Pieter Abbeel of Berkeley's Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences. Automation of household tasks like laundry folding is somewhat compelling in itself.

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    Berkeley Gets Willow Garage Robot to Fold Towels Simply

    31.03.2010· Researchers at UC Berkeley used Willow Garage’s PR2 robot to fold towels. The UCB programming used some innovative visual scanning allowing the PR2 to pick up a towel, find its corners, and fold it on a table perfectly.

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    At Berkeley, a robot that folds laundry

    18.02.2011· Robotics engineers at University of California at Berkeley have developed a robot that can fold towels and socks. SmartPlanet talks to Berkeley Professor Pieter Abbeel and his student Stephen...

  • uc berkeley robotics expert named among world’s top

    UC Berkeley robotics expert named among world’s top

    23.08.2011· Pieter Abbeel, a University of California, Berkeley, professor known for his novel work in the field of machine learning in robotics including robots that can fold laundry has been named to a prestigious list of 35 of the world’s top young innovators by Technology Review magazine. The Berkeley PR2 can also pair socks.

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    News|EECS at Berkeley

    The research work of EECS grad student Jeremy Maitin-Shepard and Professor Pieter Abbeel is featured in a UC Newscenter article titled, “Researchers develop a robot that folds towels”. The team's technical innovation is a new computer vision-based approach for detecting the key points on the cloth for the robot to grasp, an approach that is highly effective because it depends only on

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    Meet UC Berkeley's Robo-Maid East Bay Express

    Researchers at UC Berkeley's Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences have developed a robot that successfully folds towels fifty out of fifty times, raising hopes — and fears —...

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    Pieter Abbeel Research UC Berkeley

    14.04.2020· Pieter Abbeel and his team of engineers are developing increasingly efficient strategies and algorithms to help robots fold towels, forming the foundation for the next generation. February 15, 2011 Four young faculty members to receive $50,000 Sloan Research Fellowships. Four UC Berkeley faculty members have been awarded prestigious Sloan Research Fellowships, given annually by the

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    Researchers Achieve Breakthrough With Towel-Folding

    Maitin-Shepard is part of a research team at the University of California at Berkeley that developed software enabling a robot to fold a variety of towels that it had never before encountered. The...

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    Robots Are Really Bad At Folding Towels : Planet Money :

    19.05.2015· Abbeel, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, named his robot BRETT — short for the "Berkeley Robot for the Elimination

  • meet uc berkeley's robo-maid east bay express

    Meet UC Berkeley's Robo-Maid East Bay Express

    Researchers at UC Berkeley's Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences have developed a robot that successfully folds towels fifty out of

  • berkeley gets willow garage robot to fold towels

    Berkeley Gets Willow Garage Robot To Fold Towels

    kkleiner writes "Researchers at UC Berkeley used Willow Garage's PR2 robot to fold towels. The UCB programming used some innovative visual scanning techniques, allowing the PR2 to pick up a towel, find its corners, and fold it on a table perfectly.

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    Исследователи Калифорнийского университета в

    Neato Robotics начинает поставки XV-11 роботов-пылесосов. 25/06/10: Evolution Robotics представляет Mint эволюцию уборки полов. 12/06/10: HPI Robotics представляет нового робота G-ROBOT G-Dog: 09/06/10 : Panasonic демонстрирует роботов для очистки пола. 04/06/10: Robonic

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    This tiny ‘cockroach robot’ could be the future of search

    09.08.2019· Researchers from UC Berkeley previously developed a palm-sized, roach-like robot about 20 times the size of the bug for rescue use in 2017. Advertisement

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    In Robotics, Human-Style Perception and Motion Are

    12.07.2011· The team that did best was the laundry-folding team from Berkeley, which has named its robot Brett, for Berkeley Robot for the Elimination of Tedious Tasks. Brett was able to recognize 68 percent...

  • cloth grasp point detection based on eecs at uc berkeley

    Cloth Grasp Point Detection based on EECS at UC Berkeley

    holding up the towel by two of its corners is a missing link in the prior research on automating the towel folding task. We leverage our algorithm’s capability of reliably detect-ing the corners of a towel to develop the first system that uses two generic robotic arms (and a pair of cameras) and is able to reliably pick up and fold a towel.

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    UC Berkeley engineers reveal technique for folding

    The researchers have now used their findings to help develop a robot that is able to sort and fold laundry. They developed software that allowed the Willow Garage Personal Robot

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    (50X) Autonomously folding a pile of 5 previously-unseen

    17.03.2010· At Berkeley, a robot that folds laundry Duration: 2 Robot tying knots and folding towels What UC Berkeley and Intel are up to in Robotics Duration: 7:22. Mobilegeeks.de 7,296 views. 7:22

  • uc berkeley engineers reveal technique for folding clothes

    UC Berkeley engineers reveal technique for folding clothes

    The researchers have now used their findings to help develop a robot that is able to sort and fold laundry. They developed software that allowed the Willow Garage Personal Robot to grip clothes

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    Research Projects EECS at UC Berkeley

    Our research focuses on developing novel learning, perception, motion planning and control algorithms to tackle challenging real-world robotics problems. Application areas of particular interest inspiring out algorithmic work include, but are by no means limited to, personal robotics, surgical robotics, and autonomous flight. We have successfully developed techniques to enable a quadruped

  • pr2 robots: your guide to the world of robotics

    PR2 ROBOTS: Your Guide to the World of Robotics

    The pair was fundraising to develop ROS, or Robot Operating System, an open-source robotics framework, as well as to build copies of PR1, to distribute to research labs around the world as the first common development platform for personal robotics. Hassan recruited Wyrobek and Berger to start and run a personal robotics program at Willow Garage. While Berger led software development, Wyrobek

  • cockroach robot developed by uc berkeley researchers

    Cockroach robot developed by UC Berkeley researchers

    28.03.2016· BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA — Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, have been studying cockroaches. Theyve developed a cockroach-like robot

  • blue the robot folds a towel [image] eurekalert! science

    Blue the Robot Folds a Towel [image] EurekAlert! Science

    Blue the robot's arms about the size of a human bodybuilder's -- were designed to take advantage of recent advances in artificial intelligence to master intricate, human-centered tasks, like folding towels.

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    Innovation Nation: First Towel-Folding Robot Share My

    Innovation Nation: First Towel-Folding Robot lesson plan template and teaching resources. A team of UC-Berkeley researchers has programmed a robot to do something brand new fold towels!

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    Surprisingly Speedy Soft Robot Survives Being Stepped

    Image: Science Robotics This little robot, developed by researchers from Tsinghua University in China and University of California, Berkeley, looks like a bent strip of paper, but it’s able to

  • we built a robot butler (but don't throw out the ironing

    We built a robot butler (but don't throw out the ironing

    However, the CloPeMa team is not alone and researchers around the world have made considerable progress in developing a laundry robot. For example, the University of California Berkeley’s PR2

  • this robot learns new skills just like a human

    This robot learns new skills just like a human

    26.05.2015· “The key is that when a robot is faced with something new, we won’t have to reprogram it," said Berkeley professor Pieter Abbeel. "The exact same software, which encodes how the robot can

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    Blue Is a New Low-Cost Force-Controlled Robot Arm

    Designed to safely perform human-scale tasks, Blue will cost $5k and help accelerate research towards useful home robots Image: UC Berkeley Blue is a new robot arm designed to be useful and

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    Исследователи Калифорнийского университета в

    Neato Robotics начинает поставки XV-11 роботов-пылесосов. 25/06/10: Evolution Robotics представляет Mint эволюцию уборки полов. 12/06/10: HPI Robotics представляет нового робота G-ROBOT G-Dog: 09/06/10 : Panasonic демонстрирует роботов для очистки пола. 04/06/10: Robonic

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    Archive April UWire UWire

    U. California researchers develop software that enables robots to fold towels. A new robot programmed by UC Berkeley researchers may make the manual folding of clothes a thing of the past. News Research Read more U. Arizona freshman moves from the gridiron and court to the diamond . U. Arizona freshman and starting third baseman Seth Mejias-Brean has dazzling in the field and

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    Researchers trained a quadruped robot to cross a balance

    In the US, Boston Dynamics’ Spot is arguably the most popular four-legged robot, but as researchers develop robotic controllers like IIT’s, we’ll likely see more quadruped applications.

  • this robot learns new skills just like a human

    This robot learns new skills just like a human

    26.05.2015· A robot is only as smart as its programming. Learning on the go has been the sole purview of living things. That was, until a team of scientists at UC Berkeley programmed a robo...

  • what comes after the roomba? the new york times

    What Comes After the Roomba? The New York Times

    21.10.2018· The Berkeley researchers are doing their experiments using a robot supplied by the Toyota Research Institute. The automaker is one of at least

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    Announcing the final agenda for Robotics + AI — March 3

    19.02.2020· TechCrunch is returning to UC Berkeley on March 3 to bring together some of the most influential minds in robotics and artificial intelligence. Each year we strive to bring together a cross

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    This drone shrinks to fit TechCrunch

    14.12.2018· Researchers at the University of Zurich and EPFL have created a robot that shrinks to fit through gaps, a feature that could make it perfect for search and rescue missions. The researchers

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    From solar-powered shirts to drunken droids: what the

    09.05.2018· Can a robot fold towels? Could your toaster turn against you? And will Amazon know when you’re hungry and drone-deliver a Chinese takeaway directly to

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    2010 Future Timeline Timeline Technology Singularity

    Robotic manipulation of non-rigid objects where the configuration is unknown beforehand became possible during 2010. A robot developed at the University of California was demonstrated analysing towels "on the fly", rather than being given a fixed set of movements. It could scan different shapes, colours and materials using a pair of

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