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Mimicking quorum sensing to synchronize dancing Nao robots

By Damir Beciri
30 May 2012

aldebaran-nao-robots-mit-quorum-sensingSo far, there have been research groups and companies who demonstrated how their robots can function in sync. However, influence from various parameters and events in real world applications do affect robots. A group of researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, MA, developed an approach able to partially handle these problems by… »


Top 5 articles regarding robots in 2011

By Rob Aid
3 January 2012

top-5-2011-robots-robaidAs the proof of our last year statement that robots are being developed to aid humans in their daily habits, the most popular articles in the last year were nearly all about robots which interact with humans or help us in our everyday lives. There were also many examples of robots whose operation or design… »


Alderaban Robotics reveals NAO Next Gen robot

By Damir Beciri
5 Comments9 December 2011

nao-next-genAlthough it was originally released in 2005 as a robot meant for entertainment, the first time we wrote about little robot NAO was in 2009 in our article about 2009 RoboCup. Aldebaran Robotics recently surprised us and released a new and improved version of the NAO robot they dubbed NAO Next Gen. NAO Next Gen… »