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CREATE: Community Robotics, Education and Technology Empowerment
Head: Illah Nourbakhsh
Contact: Illah Nourbakhsh
Mailing address:
Carnegie Mellon University
Robotics Institute
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Location:
NSH A504
(412) 268 6723
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Past Projects [Current Projects]
 
Bookstore Project
We are developing a robot wheelchair capable of navigating Carnegie Mellon's campus, traveling from my office to the Campus Bookstore to fetch a book autonomously.
Bow Leg Hopper
A novel, single-leg, dynamically stabilized planar robot that efficiently traverses rugged terrains under computer control.
BowGo
We have developed BOWGO (patent pending) - a new kind of pogo stick that bounces higher, farther and more efficiently than conventional devices.
Educational Robotics
We are developing both physical robots and curriculum that will make educational robotics viable at the middle school and high school levels.
Global Connection Project
The Global Connection Project develops software tools and technologies to increase the power of images to connect, inform, and inspire people to become engaged and responsible global citizens.
Gyrover
A Single-Wheel, Gyroscopically stabilized Robot
Palm Pilot Robot Kit
The Palm Pilot Robot Kit is a design for an easy-to-build, fully autonomous robot controlled by a Palm handheld computer.
Robot Improv
We are developing realistic dramatic behavior for mobile robotics.
Robotics Lexicon Project
The goal of this project is the computer-aided collection, recording and dissemination of robotics terminology.
Sage
Sage is a completely autonomous mobile multimedia exhibit built on top of the XR4000 robot base by Nomadic Technologies, Inc.
Telepresence Robot Kit
To design, create, and disseminate robotics curricula and technologies that motivate young women and men to actively explore science and technology.
The CMUcam Vision Sensor
We have developed CMUcam - a new low-cost, low-power sensor for mobile robots.
The Personal Rover Project
We have developed the Personal Rover - a 18"x12"x24" highly autonomous, programmable robot.
Toy Robots Initiative
The Toy Robots Initiative aims to commercialize robotics technologies in the educational, toy and entertainment fields.