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Build a robot, draw a robot, code a robot with your friends. There are no rules other then to share the excitement of robotics with your friends, family, or community. Share with us how you will be celebrating!
Traditional industrial robots have been difficult to integrate into factories, especially small factories. They need to be caged for safety and need to have long production runs in order to be economically viable. Rethink Robotics has tackled these problems and developed a new low-cost robot that is being adopted in a variety of production environments. Baxter is a two-armed robot -- with seven degrees of freedom on each arm -- available to researchers. Rethink Robotics believes that once there are thousands of people with access to open source manipulators, they will invent all sorts of new applications for robots, in health care and in elder care.
Future of Collaborative Robots website
Purdue Robotics Accelerator
128 Memorial Mall
SOIC invites students, faculty, staff, and the Bloomington community to the Robotics Open House to be held on April 11th 2014 from 4-6pm at the R-House Lab. This event showcases work from research and education in robotics, human-robot interaction, computer vision, artificial intelligence, and cognitive science including live demonstrations and computer simulations. Come see the state-of-the-art research and education on robotics and other emerging technologies at IU!
This event is family-friendly. Snacks and light refreshments will be served.
Robotics Open House website
919 E 13th Street
Evening event to show, play and explore the robotics programs at our school. Families can interact with the LEGO WeDo, EV3, and VEX IQ Bots. We are having a building competition to satisfy the creativity of our kids.
Sidener Robotics ROBO-NIGHT website
Sidener Academy PTA
2424 Kessler Blvd E Dr
2014 will be Notre Dame's third annual National Robotics Week Event. More than 80 students and faculty members from Notre Dame’s Colleges of Engineering and Arts and Letters and the Robinson Community Learning Center will be discussing their research and demonstrating robots and sensors.
Participants will have the chance to interact with all exhibits and learn about the variety of ways robots are making a difference in the world, from assistive technology and stroke rehabilitation to digital music and art.
Notre Dame NRW Event website
Notre Dame College of Engineering
1399 N Notre Dame Ave
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