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Call for Papers: The 13th Workshop on Humanoid Soccer Robots at 18th IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots Beijing, China – November 6th, 2018

Call for Papers Humanoid soccer has seen impressive progress in recent years. Bipedal standard or open platforms (Nao, DARwIn-OP, NimbRo-OP) make soccer robots accessible to many research groups, advanced 3D simulation games make the investigation of team play with complex

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Call for Papers: The 13th Workshop on Humanoid Soccer Robots at 18th IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots Beijing, China – November 6th, 2018

Call for Papers Humanoid soccer has seen impressive progress in recent years. Bipedal standard or open platforms (Nao, DARwIn-OP, NimbRo-OP) make soccer robots accessible to many research groups, advanced 3D simulation games make the investigation of team play with complex

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Upcoming Event: Presenting at the National Museum of the Marine Corps – “Semper Force”

Upcoming Event: Presenting at the National Museum of the Marine Corps – “Semper Force” Semper Force Saturday, Oct 13th, 10am-3pm FUN FOR ALL AGES Come in costume and choose your faction- Jedi or Sith. Master the force and train with

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Upcoming Event: Presenting at the National Museum of the Marine Corps – “Semper Force”

Upcoming Event: Presenting at the National Museum of the Marine Corps – “Semper Force” Semper Force Saturday, Oct 13th, 10am-3pm FUN FOR ALL AGES Come in costume and choose your faction- Jedi or Sith. Master the force and train with

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Photos from demo at the National Museum of the Marine Corps for Robotics Day

Showing off humanoid, ground, and musical robots with students from DASL@GMU and Lofaro Labs Robotics at the National Museum of the Marine Corps.  By the automatic, front door, counters we had 980 guests for the three hours 12 to 3.  Not bad

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Photos from demo at the National Museum of the Marine Corps for Robotics Day

Showing off humanoid, ground, and musical robots with students from DASL@GMU and Lofaro Labs Robotics at the National Museum of the Marine Corps.  By the automatic, front door, counters we had 980 guests for the three hours 12 to 3.  Not bad

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Demo at National Museum of the Marine Corps – ROBOTICS DAY: IN THE FIELD AND AT HOME

Demonstrating current projects in humanoid and musical robotic technology at the Nation Museum of the Marine Corps.  See below for dates and times.

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Demo at National Museum of the Marine Corps – ROBOTICS DAY: IN THE FIELD AND AT HOME

Demonstrating current projects in humanoid and musical robotic technology at the Nation Museum of the Marine Corps.  See below for dates and times.

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Lofaro Labs/DASL@GMU Wiki Reaches One Million Views!!!

The Lofaro Labs/DASL@GMU Wiki reaches one million views. The site went live in the Spring of 2014. The goal is to spread tutorials and other “how-to” information to the public, makers, and researchers across the world. Wiki: http://wiki.lofarolabs.com/

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Lofaro Labs/DASL@GMU Wiki Reaches One Million Views!!!

The Lofaro Labs/DASL@GMU Wiki reaches one million views. The site went live in the Spring of 2014. The goal is to spread tutorials and other “how-to” information to the public, makers, and researchers across the world. Wiki: http://wiki.lofarolabs.com/

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Featured on TV’s WUSA 9: Lofaro’s and Endres’ project “The Narrative Machine”

ICYMI – Two professors at GMU are turning old instruments into robots… Yeah… It’s as cool as it sounds. Check it out…

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Featured on TV’s WUSA 9: Lofaro’s and Endres’ project “The Narrative Machine”

ICYMI – Two professors at GMU are turning old instruments into robots… Yeah… It’s as cool as it sounds. Check it out…

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“The Narrative Machine” Feature in the Washington Post

The work we are doing called “The Narrative Machine” with Daniel Lofaro and Edger Edress has been featured in the Washington Post today!!! Front page of the Metro section =-). See pictures for the “in print” article and the link

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“The Narrative Machine” Feature in the Washington Post

The work we are doing called “The Narrative Machine” with Daniel Lofaro and Edger Edress has been featured in the Washington Post today!!! Front page of the Metro section =-). See pictures for the “in print” article and the link

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In Water Test: Centroid vectoring for attitude control of floating base robots

Centroid vectoring for attitude control of floating base robots with Matko Orsag from the University of Zagreb, Croatia. Y-axis underwater bench test. 0 deg, 12 deg, and -12 deg step input.

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In Water Test: Centroid vectoring for attitude control of floating base robots

Centroid vectoring for attitude control of floating base robots with Matko Orsag from the University of Zagreb, Croatia. Y-axis underwater bench test. 0 deg, 12 deg, and -12 deg step input.

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The Narrative Machine is the featured article in “The George”

Click Here for the full article An engineering professor and an art professor have embarked on an ambitious project: They want to create an orchestra of robotic gadgets made of cast-off musical instruments that will autonomously perform an opera bearing

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The Narrative Machine is the featured article in “The George”

Click Here for the full article An engineering professor and an art professor have embarked on an ambitious project: They want to create an orchestra of robotic gadgets made of cast-off musical instruments that will autonomously perform an opera bearing

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Preparing for fully submerged robot test with US/Croatia project

Working with our colleagues from the University of Zagreb, Croatia. We are making use of telepresence and remote connections to facilitate our efforts. The robot is being preprepared for its fully submerged test scheduled for later this month.

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Preparing for fully submerged robot test with US/Croatia project

Working with our colleagues from the University of Zagreb, Croatia. We are making use of telepresence and remote connections to facilitate our efforts. The robot is being preprepared for its fully submerged test scheduled for later this month.

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