Muralidharan Arikara on augmented and virtual reality experiences with Xarpie Labs.
William Crowe on satellite health checks via high quality imagery.
How Solid State Lidar enables robots to sense objects better than traditional Lidar
Luca Colasanto discusses Realtime Robotic’s fast motion planning technology
Dave Coleman on the open source robotics manipulation platform called MoveIt.
Farrell Helbling on an insect-inspired robot that is the lightest vehicle to achieve untethered flight
Jeannette Bohg on perception for robotic manipulators and her research lab at Stanford.
Janet Vertessi on her experience living and working with NASA's Mars Rover team.
Kajal Gada discusses her work at the company behind BrainOS, a technology stack for autonomous solutions.
David Mindell discusses a system developed to measure location at centimeter accuracy
Vijay Kumar, director of GRASP Lab at UPenn, on multi-robot systems.
Dr. Heather Culbertson discusses her research in haptics at the University of Southern California
Patrícia Alves-Oliveira on RSS Pioneers and how robots can support creativity in children
Juxi Leitner, co-founder of Lyro Robotics, on grasping and manipulation.
Gil Weinberg on his improvisational robots and prostheses.
We catch up with some of our former and current volunteers on their involvement in the podcast and on their careers.
Catharina Vesterager Smedegaard with a new take on the novelty effect in human-robot interaction
Marlyse Reeves, PhD Student at MIT, discusses cognitive robotics, hybrid planning, and space analog missions.
Brad Hayes on how why collaboration may at times be preferable to full autonomy and automation and how human naration can be used to help robots learn from demonstration.
Nicholas Roy, Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics at MIT, talks about the Quest for Intelligence initiative and his research in robust robotics.