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The Human Machine: Episode 11 - Dress Rehearsal in the Kitchen

The Human Machine: Episode 11 - Dress Rehearsal in the Kitchen

Talking, walking, holding, filling the dishwasher: ARMAR has learned a lot in the last seven years. Now it is time to show whether it has really mastered its new capabilities. In a final test the humanoid robot must show what it can do, but not everything works as planned. But ARMAR can spring a few surprises of its own....

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Universities/institutes
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
Topics
Engineering Sciences
Keywords
DFG Science TV, The Human Machine, talking, walking, holding, filling, dishwasher, 2008
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Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft

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