RoboCup event in Paderborn, Germany

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RoboCup event in Paderborn, Germany

Post by limor » Wed Apr 13, 2005 10:10 pm

Post by limor
Wed Apr 13, 2005 10:10 pm

Olaf attended the the humanoid events at the RoboCup gathering in Paderborn, Germany and he send some pictures. Appearently the servos got so hot they had to be sprayed with some canned spray-coolant..

http://robosavvy.com/Builders/limor/robocup-olaf1/0.htm
Olaf attended the the humanoid events at the RoboCup gathering in Paderborn, Germany and he send some pictures. Appearently the servos got so hot they had to be sprayed with some canned spray-coolant..

http://robosavvy.com/Builders/limor/robocup-olaf1/0.htm
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Post by limor » Sat Apr 30, 2005 2:16 pm

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Sat Apr 30, 2005 2:16 pm

you might be interested in our latest video produced at RoboCup German Open 2005.
It features our Kondo KHR-1 in penalty kick demonstrations against the
KHR-1 of Darmstadt Dribblers.
Both robots are fully autonomous, controlled by a Pocket PC that processes video of a wide-angle camera, generates trajectories for the joints and uses wireless communication to send debug information to an off-the field computer.

The 4-servos extension set turned out to be very helpful for turning the robot towards the goal.

You find the video here:
http://www.nimbro.net/movies/kondo/KondoPenaltiesWT.wmv

Best regards,

Sven Behnke.
http://www.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/~behnke

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you might be interested in our latest video produced at RoboCup German Open 2005.
It features our Kondo KHR-1 in penalty kick demonstrations against the
KHR-1 of Darmstadt Dribblers.
Both robots are fully autonomous, controlled by a Pocket PC that processes video of a wide-angle camera, generates trajectories for the joints and uses wireless communication to send debug information to an off-the field computer.

The 4-servos extension set turned out to be very helpful for turning the robot towards the goal.

You find the video here:
http://www.nimbro.net/movies/kondo/KondoPenaltiesWT.wmv

Best regards,

Sven Behnke.
http://www.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/~behnke

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