Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute
|Current Projects, Grouped by Subject|
|Explosive Ordnance Disposal Robot - Very Low Cost (EODR-VLC)
We are deveopling a suite of highly capable mobile robots for Explosive Ordnance Disposal and First Responders which are very low in total ownership costs.
|Fine Motion Planning for Mobile Robots in Large Structure Assembly
|Lego Educational Robotics
Self-paced robotics education labs
|Navigation Among Movable Obstacles (NAMO)
Autonomous motion planning and control for robots working in reconfigurable environments.
|Needle Steering for Brain Surgery
We are developing high accuracy proportional steering of flexible needles for minimally invasive navigation in the brain.
|Planning for Manipulation
Developing algorithms for autonomous manipulation.
|Robotic Origami Folding
Origami, the human art of paper sculpture, is a fresh challenge for the field of robotic manipulation, and provides a concrete example for many difficult and general manipulation problems.
|Teleoperation with a 12-DOF Coarse-Fine Manipulator
High-fidelity manipulation of remote environments using a 6-DOF robot equipped with a 6-DOF magnetic levitation fine-motion wrist.
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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