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Video Friday: PR2 With Nailgun, Snake Bot Tango, and Robot vs Sword Master

Over the past few weeks, between ICRA and the DRC Finals, we’ve had enough incredible and exciting and amazing and stupendous robots to last us the rest of the summer.

Rather than starting out with a robot and a ninja, check out something that might be even cooler: the latest iteration of the Blind Juggler, created by roboticist and artist Raffaello D’Andrea and his group at ETH Zurich.This machine uses no sensors to toss balls in a circular pattern between a cloverleaf of carefully machined and tilted paddles:

'YASKAWA BUSHIDO PROJECT' is the project representing Machii's swordplay exactly the same by using 'MOTOMAN-MH24', he retains many world record like 'Cutting BB Gun 6mm pellet' and his play is also said God's miracle, while challenging to the performance limits of the industrial robot that integrate the 'agility', 'accuracy', 'flexibility' to high-dimension.

Indiegogo ] Demos of drones that can follow people invariably take place at ski resorts, on rivers or lakes, in the middle of wide open fields, or other places where there aren’t a whole bunch of things for these flying robots to smash themselves into.

By lengthening the stride, lowering the vertical amplitude, and increasing the period time we were able to develop a gait that allowed the robot to move across natural snow.