First Robotics Competition 2014 Windsor Essex Great Lakes Regional (not fighting ) (Video)

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FRC Aerial Assist high school robotics competition highlights April 3-5 2014 in Windsor Ontario at the University of Windsor St Denis Center Well done team 4938 Falcons
By PhineusFerb
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Festo BionicKangaroo Robot (Video)

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BionicKangaroo: energy-efficient jump kinematics based on a natural model. More photos and details: http://ift.tt/1pPUhXI Festo official page: http://ift.tt/1gVtn13
By IEEE Spectrum

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KONDO BATTLE 14, Open Class Final, Gargoye vs Chromkid (Video)

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The 14th KONDO BATTLE took place at GALAXCITY, Tokyo on Mar 29, 2014. Open class final, Gargoyle KID vs Chromkid. The winner was Gargoyle KID.
By IKETOMU
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3D Print This Car – The Rear Axle (Video)

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An update on the development of the suspension and drivetrain, also get a look at what is hopefully the final version of the rear axle.
By Michael Curry
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Baxter Research Robot at Rensselaer Polytechnical Institute (RPI) (Video)

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Professor Wen's research team at RPI in Troy, NY is doing some amazing work with the Baxter Research Robot. Watch how they've created a way to help quadriplegics by developing an assistive robot that can be controlled by a mouth-based Jamboxx device.
By Rethink Robotics
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3D printed devices save baby’s life at University of Michigan’s C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital (Video)

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Devices created on a 3D printer saved 18 month old Garrett Peterson's life by restoring his breathing. The splints were developed and manufactured at the University of Michigan, and surgically implanted at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital. For more information, go to http://ift.tt/1gHOxKN.
By UMHealthSystem
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