Bioloid humanoids at the London Science Museum

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Bioloid humanoids at the London Science Museum

Post by limor » Fri Jul 17, 2009 1:06 pm

Post by limor
Fri Jul 17, 2009 1:06 pm

Turns out that some of our Bioloids have been featured at the London Science Museum..

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From article at Robots.net :
Peer Lawther writes, "you kindly wrote about the BERTI robot (Another
Breakthrough in Rock, Paper, Scissors)
a few months ago; many thanks
for doing this. We have now uploaded two follow up robotics videos, this
time based on the work of Professor Eduardo Miranda at the Interdisplinary Centre for
Computer Music Research
at Plymouth (UK) university and the Science Museum".

The first video, seen above, shows robots singing "Happy Birthday" to the
Science Museum. The museum is 100 years old. After the break is the
second video, and possible the more interesting one. It's shows the
three autonomous, intelligent robots learning to sing through a process
in which they evolve their own unique musical languages.

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Turns out that some of our Bioloids have been featured at the London Science Museum..

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From article at Robots.net :
Peer Lawther writes, "you kindly wrote about the BERTI robot (Another
Breakthrough in Rock, Paper, Scissors)
a few months ago; many thanks
for doing this. We have now uploaded two follow up robotics videos, this
time based on the work of Professor Eduardo Miranda at the Interdisplinary Centre for
Computer Music Research
at Plymouth (UK) university and the Science Museum".

The first video, seen above, shows robots singing "Happy Birthday" to the
Science Museum. The museum is 100 years old. After the break is the
second video, and possible the more interesting one. It's shows the
three autonomous, intelligent robots learning to sing through a process
in which they evolve their own unique musical languages.

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