Saturday, 27 September 2014

Murata unveils dancing robotic cheerleaders

The only thing better than state-of-the-arts robotics is when it's combined with Force 9 cuteness. Japanese electronics company Murata Manufacturing has given us one example with the unveiling if its robotic Cheerleaders. The squad of ten ball-mounted robots uses advanced ultrasonics, infrared, and group control technology to perform synchronized dance routines with perfect stability... Continue Reading Murata unveils dancing robotic cheerleaders

Section: Robotics

Tags: Infrared, Japan, Kyoto University, Murata, Robotic, Robots, Ultrasonic

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