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DARPA Robot Challenge: Disaster Recovery

Robots can go where humans can't in a disaster. See what the innovative machines in DARPA's next robotics challenge can do.
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The Carnegie Mellon University Highly Intelligent Mobile Platform or CHIMP robot being built by CMU's National Robotics Engineering Center will have a near-human design. The team is including a 3-D user interface that will support task directions even when communications networks are degraded.

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8/12/2013 | 6:12:34 AM
re: DARPA Robot Challenge: Disaster Recovery
hi.... i am student in k.l.university and i am very interested in robotics and i am studying B.tech 2nd year mechinial can u people guide me ..... plz...
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