Robots Podcast #187: Cheetah 2, with Sangbae Kim July 24, 2015
Sangbae Kim discusses an electrically powered quadruped.
Dr. Hans-Peter Grothaus speaks about making robust harvesting systems.
Dr. Lei Cui speaks about a 3D printable hand orthosis for rehabilitation, a high-speed untethered robotic fish, and an amphibious robot for rivers.
Helen Greiner speaks about CyPhy Work's upcoming LVL 1 photography drone.
We talk to companies on the RoboBussiness showcase floor.
Federico Parietti speaks about his research on additional robotic limbs for manufacturing and rehabilitation purposes, among other uses.
Robots Podcast #181: bStem, with Todd Hylton May 1, 2015
Todd Hylton speaks about neuromorphic computers and the development board bStem.
Donal Holland speaks about a collection of resources to support the development of soft robotic devices.
Robots Podcast #179: European Robotics, with European Robotics Forum, Cécile Huet and Uwe Haass April 3, 2015
Cécile Huet and Uwe Haass on strategies of the European Commission and EURobotics.
Christina Brester speaks about her research on a method to identify emotional state from speech.
Robots Podcast #177: Artificial neural networks and intelligent information processing, with Kurosh Madani March 6, 2015
Kurosh Madani speaks about neural networks and their applications
Christoph Stiller speaks about the sensors that are used in autonomous cars.
Riccardo Cassinis speaks about having children learn by controlling robots remotely.
Robots Podcast #174: Looney the Robot, with Hunter Lloyd Jan. 23, 2015
Hunter Lloyd speaks about performing comedy with his robot partner Looney.
Robots Podcast #173: RoboThespian, with Will Jackson Jan. 10, 2015
Will Jackson on his company's work making robot actors.
Robots Podcast #172: 3D SLAM, with John Leonard Dec. 27, 2014
Professor John Leonard on Simultaneous Localization And Mapping (SLAM).
Robots Podcast #171: Robotics in theatre, film and television, with Grant Imahara and Richard McKenna Dec. 13, 2014
Grant Imahara and Richard McKenna on the robots they build for shows.
Edwin Olson on the University of Michigan's driverless car testing environment.
Travis Deyle on RFID, science communication, and robotics careers.
Geoffrey Spink on artificial muscles made of polymer fibers.