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World Cup for Robots

RoboCup - Official Site
Read all about the RoboCup competition covered in this episode.

Manuela Veloso's Home Page at Carnegie Mellon University

Raffaello D'Andrea's RoboCup Journal at Cornell University

Cornell Autonomous Vehicles & Controls Laboratory
Learn more about Cornell's RoboCup team and view competition photos and video.

Sony Web site for Robocup 2000
An attractively designed, interactive site about Sony's robotic dogs and their involvement in RoboCup 2000.

Sony Web site for Robocup 2001
Another attractively designed Web site with video and details about Robocup 2001.

RoboCup Junior
RoboCupJunior is a project-oriented educational initiative that organizes local, regional, and international robotic events for young students.

RoboCup Rescue Robot League
Learn about the practical applications of engineering robots for rescue operations.

Pino, The Humanoid Robot
Take a look at this site to learn more about Pino, the humanoid robot.

Robot Pop Star Goes to Market
A CNN article discussing some ways in which Pino is already assimilating into our culture.

Pino Platform Available to Public
In an effort to improve the research and development of humanoid robots, the technical information used to create Pino is available to the public.

 

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  Teetering to Victory  
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