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PictoBot: Robot to spray paint high wall and ceiling
 
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Many industrial buildings come with high ceilings to accommodate bulky equipment and materials. Currently, painting these walls requires at least two painters using a scissor lift, and working at such heights exposes painters to safety risks. But the PictoBot, which can run for four hours on one battery charge, requires only one human supervisor and can even operate in the dark. Provided by: Nanyang Technological University For more information see my paper at IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8360499 https://www.researchgate.net/project/PictoBot-Automatic-Robot-System-for-Indoor-High-Rise-Spray-Painting
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Autonomous Robotic Truss Reconfiguration and Manipulation
 
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Learn more: http://creativemachines.cornell.edu/machine-metabolism http://www.jeremyblum.com/portfolio/machine-metabolism/ Accepted for Publication in IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine Robot shown developed by Franz Nigl, Jeremy Blum, and Shuguang Li under the direction of Dr. Hod Lipson. This video presents a robot capable of autonomously traversing and manipulating a 3D truss structure. The robot is able to approach and traverse multiple structural joints using a combination of translational and rotational motions. A key factor in allowing reliable motion and engagements is the use of specially designed structural building blocks comprised of bidirectional geared rods. A set of traversal plans, each comprised of basic motion primitives, were analyzed for speed, robustness, and repeatability. Paths covering eight joints are demonstrated, as well as automatic element assembly and disassembly. We suggest that the robot architecture and truss module design, such as the one presented here, could open the door to robotically assembled, maintained, and reconfigured structures that would ordinarily be difficult, risky, or time consuming for humans to construct.
Views: 72951 CornellCCSL
Статья о домашних роботах - часть 1
 
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Чтение и перевод статьи из журнала IEEE Spectrum Magazine о домашних роботах. Немного слов и выражений на тему робототехники. Продолжение здесь: http://youtu.be/gLUHJqEyzkA Статья находится здесь: http://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/home-robots/flower-robotics-patin-home-modular-robot
Views: 190 Ch Slovikovska
Robotics in Virtual Worlds (Second LIfe)
 
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This video is based on the paper D. Prattichizzo ``Robotics in Second Life'' to be published in IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, March 2009.
Система Doxel для контроля строительства (Robotics.ua)
 
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Стартап Doxel предлагает решения по автоматизации задач на строительной площадке, которые состоят из роботов и систем глубокого обучения / Эти устройства будут производить ежедневный точный мониторинг процессов, повышая производительность Подробности на нашем сайте: https://robotics.ua/news/ai/6708-roboty_doxel_dlya_kontrolya_processa_stroitelstva_video Новости робототехники на https://robotics.ua Видео с IEEE Spectrum
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Robot Pepper Performs
 
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Pepper, a humanoid robot created by Aldebaran Robotics and SoftBank, dances to classical music. Read more: http://spectrum.ieee.org/robotics/home-robots/how-aldebaran-robotics-built-its-friendly-humanoid-robot-pepper
Views: 31247 IEEE Spectrum
Advanced Robotic Bat Can Fly Like the Real Thing
 
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more info: http://www.caltech.edu/news/engineers-build-robot-drone-mimics-bat-flight-53794 Using a custom-made silicon skin and articulated morphing wings, Soon-Jo Chung and researchers from UIUC created Bat Bot (B2), an autonomous flying robot that mimics the flight characteristics of real bats.
Views: 313629 caltech
Статья о домашних роботах - часть 2
 
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Чтение и перевод статьи из журнала IEEE Spectrum Magazine о домашних роботах. Немного слов и выражений на тему робототехники. Начало здесь: http://youtu.be/4sKoB_IEdTU Статья находится здесь: http://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/home-robots/flower-robotics-patin-home-modular-robot
Views: 123 Ch Slovikovska
Dr. Hiroshi Ishiguro - Robot Science Made in Japan
 
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Japan Society Lecture - February 5, 2013 http://www.japansociety.org/ 2:00 - Understanding humans through robots 3:30 - Robots providing practical services 7:00 - How much human likeness do robots need 8:10 - Subconscious 10:30 - Reactions 14:30 - Androids in store windows 18:47 - Is it possible to develop androids that talk like humans? 19:59 - Operator feeling sensations 24:58 - Android in social setting 32:46 - Beauty and perfection of androids 41:20 - Can people find love or friendship in robots? 52:10 - Uncanny valley 55:45 - Gender neutral robots How to Create Your Own Humanoid: Robot Science Made in Japan Have you ever made your own android? Dr. Ishiguro has. Leading international robotics researcher Dr. Hiroshi Ishiguro, Director of the Intelligent Robotics Lab at Osaka University, lectures on his current humanoid and telenoid research. He covers hot topics such as brain-machine interface for the remote operation of androids, and other practical uses for humanoids, like theater. Erico Guizzo, Senior Associate Editor, IEEE Spectrum Magazine, presides over a conversation with Heather Knight, founder of Marilyn Monrobot. For information on upcoming programs and events at Japan Society: http://www.japansociety.org/
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2018 IEEE 1584 Update – Introduction to the Changes - Jim Phillips / Brainfiller.com
 
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The Second Edition of IEEE 1584 – IEEE Guide for Arc Flash Hazard Calculations Studies was 16 years in the making. Sign up for the updates: https://brainfiller.com/updates/ In this 1-hour video, Jim Phillips takes you through the long history of what it took to develop the next edition including establishing a collaboration between IEEE and NFPA, creating a project team for the almost 2000 new arc flash tests, model and equation development and more. Arc Flash Hazard Calculation Studies guide: https://brainfiller.com/product/complete-guide-to-arc-flash-hazard-calculation-studies/ Watch the video and listen to Jim discuss the major changes, why they were made and what they mean. The changes include equations for five different electrode configurations, more choices for enclosure sizes, an enclosure correction factor calculation to adjust for specific enclosure sizes, and the grounded vs. ungrounded difference has been eliminated. An arcing current variation factor calculation is now used to determine the lower end of arcing short circuit current instead of using 85% as in the past. Each calculation is performed in 2 steps which includes an initial calculation based on one of three voltage options and a second calculation interpolating to the specific system voltage. The 125 kVA transformer exception was eliminated. Learn why and what has replaced it. What about the 2 second rule? Jim discusses all this and much more. Jim will be teaching his IEEE 1584 arc flash studies class beginning December of 2018 with many cities and dates in 2019. https://brainfiller.com/courses/how-to-perform-an-arc-flash-hazard-calculation-study-2-days/ His company Brainfiller.com is your source of electrical power, electrical safety and arc flash training as well as technical articles, videos and loads of helpful information. For almost 40 years, Jim has been helping tens of thousands of people around the world understand electrical power system design, analysis and safety. When it comes to arc flash and electrical safety, he is in the unique position of being in the leadership role of the major U.S. and International Standards including: • Vice Chair of IEEE 1584 – IEEE Guide for Performing Arc Flash Hazard Calculations • International Chairman – International Electrotechnical Commission IEC TC78 – Live Working • Steering Committee – IEEE/NFPA Arc Flash Collaborative Research Project. • Author of the book: Complete Guide to Arc Flash Hazard Calculation Studies • Contributing Editor for Multi Award Winning – Electrical Contractor Magazine • Founder of the internationally known website: ArcFlashForum.com Watch the video, learn about the changes and see for yourself, what Jim has to offer.
IEEE Workshop on Obstacle Follower Robot
 
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Workshop Taken By IEEE VNIT Student Chapter on a robot which and follow obstacles using TSOP sensors with ATMEGA 8 Microcontroller.
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Soft Robotic Blocks: Introducing SoBL, a Fast-Build Modularized Design Block
 
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Soft Robotic Blocks: Introducing SoBL, a Fast-Build Modularized Design Block This video presents a new, modularized design concept for soft robots based on a bottom-up approach by assembling units. This concept enables the structures and motions of soft robots to be rapidly prototyped and revised to create new designs that can accomplish different tasks. The paper about our modularized concept is published in IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine (Volume: 23, Issue: 3, Sept. 2016). Learn more: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7549069/ Front cover: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=7565688
Views: 5461 SNU BioRobotics Lab
Watch this Robot 3D Print a Building Out of Spray Foam
 
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This MIT robot can autonomously build a giant dome. https://spectrum.ieee.org/video/robotics/industrial-robots/watch-this-robot-3d-print-a-building-out-of-spray-foam
Views: 554740 IEEE Spectrum
Exo-Glove: A Soft Wearable Robot for the Hand with a Soft Tendon Routing System
 
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"Exo-Glove: A Soft Wearable Robot for the Hand with a Soft Tendon Routing System" authored by HyunKi In, Brian Byunghyun Kang, MinKi Sin, Kyu-Jin Cho has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine. Abstract - Soft wearable robots are good alternatives to rigid-frame exoskeletons because they are compact and lightweight. This article describes a soft wearable hand robot called the Exo-Glove that uses a soft tendon routing system and an underactuation adaptive mechanism. The proposed system can be used to develop other types of soft wearable robots. The glove part of the system is compact and weighs 194 g. Results conducted using a healthy subject showed sufficient performance for the execution of daily life activities, namely, a pinch force of 20 N, a wrap grasp force of 40 N, and a maximum grasped object size of 76 mm. Use of an underactuation mechanism enabled the grasping of objects of various shapes without active control. A subject suffering from paralysis of the hands due to spinal cord injury was able to use the glove to grasp objects of various shapes.
Views: 8942 SNU BioRobotics Lab
Meet Kengoro, a freaky Japanese robot that sweats to cool off
 
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Researchers from the University of Tokyo’s JSK Lab have come up with an efficient way to cool off waters hard at work, by “sweating” water right out of their exoskeleton. Demonstrating the technology at the IEEE/RSJ Internal Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), Professor Masayuki Inaba and his team built Kengoro, a humanoid robot capable of performing pushups.
Robot Barber
 
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The Multi-Arm UGV (Unmanned Ground Vehicle) demonstrates its dexterity by shaving a volunteer's head to raise money for the St. Baldrick's Foundation, a charity committed in funding research for finding a cure for childhood cancer. For more information, visit: http://www.i-a-i.com/r/mobile-manipulation Giraff is a product of Giraff Technologies AB Roomba is a product of iRobot Corporation
How to Build a BigANT Leg
 
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Shai Revzen's lab builds robots inspired by nature that are easy to construct and get walking. Check out how to build your own BigANT! Rapidly Prototyping Robots with Plate and Reinforced Flexure (PARF) Mechanisms, for IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine
Views: 169 EECS at Michigan
Toyota Robot for Elderly People or People with Disabilities – Toyota Human Support Robot (HSR)
 
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Toyota Robot for Elderly People or People with Disabilities – Toyota Human Support Robot (HSR) Toyota expanding Robotics Research in Europe - The Toyota Human Support Robot (HSR) provides researchers with an open innovation platform for research, development and field testing in a real environment - Through the Developer’s Community, Toyota is opening collaboration to research organizations to accelerate technological advances and growth thanks to the HSR - Toyota will present its HSR at the IROS (2018 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems) in Madrid from October 1st-5th, 2018 Toyota believes that mobility goes beyond cars. At Toyota, freedom of mobility is important, whether you are 1 or 100 years old. In pursuing its vision of “Mobility for All”, Toyota is committed to support the creation of a more inclusive and more sustainable society through mobility in which everyone can challenge their impossible. Next week Toyota will show its Human Support Robot (HSR) to the academic and researchers’ community in Europe at IROS in Madrid from October 1st-5th. Toyota Engineers will also present the HSR research platform in a series of talks. The HSR, one of Toyota’s mobility concepts developed within our goal to provide freedom of mobility for all, is part of the Toyota Partner Robots family. It reflects our commitment to enriching lives of Communities with a focus on nursing and healthcare, short-distance transport and home-living. As a compact mobile manipulator with a folding arm, it can pick up objects up off the floor and retrieve objects from shelves. It performs a variety of other tasks to improve the quality of life of elderly people or people with disabilities. Toyota Motor Europe (TME) R&D Robotics significantly contributes to Toyota’s global research in specific areas of robotics such as perception thanks to Europe’s advanced capabilities in computer vision. We believe that HSR brings a real contribution to researchers and can help accelerate technological advancements in robotics. We are thrilled to expand our collaborations with additional European research organizations. Through the HSR Developer’s Community launched in September 2015, Toyota has been offering its HSR open innovation platform to partners throughout the world. Participating research organizations do not need to develop the actual robot nor the software for the robot’s basic operations. They can focus on developing future ideas and applications by testing their technology and algorithms in a real environment with ease. There are already 44 partners in 12 countries using the HSR. In Europe, TME is also supporting 5 research universities located in Germany, UK, France and The Netherlands.* * List of research universities in Europe: Country: The Netherlands University: Eindhoven University of Technology Topic[SM(1]: Health-care oriented service robots Country: Germany University: University of Bremen Topic[SM(1]: Cognitive robot for human support Country: Germany University: Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences Topic[SM(1]: Domestic service robots Country: UK University: University of Oxford Topic[SM(1]: Autonomous service robots Country: France University: University of Technology of Belfort-Montbeliard Topic[SM(1]: Assisted living environments with service robots SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/pL84j2 New Car Videos: https://goo.gl/5nPYXv YouTube: https://goo.gl/eSkzhw Facebook: https://goo.gl/3AZk9U Twitter: https://goo.gl/kj00z5 Instagram: https://goo.gl/zAOTrp Google+: https://goo.gl/QWO4jX Website: http://www.alphasquadofficial.com/shop Submit Your Video: [email protected]
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Robotic Slug Crawler Vehicle
 
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The SCV (Slug Crawler Vehicle) from the Chiba Institute of Technology in Japan relies on a flexible, waterproof "skin" to protect it from the elements while still allowing it to get around. Read more: http://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/industrial-robots/creepy-crawly-slug-robot-has-tank-treads-for-skin
Views: 29840 IEEE Spectrum
AI and Human Relationships
 
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Exploring the implications of AI an Human Relationships. What if you could create your soulmate? References and Credits Academic Sources Maines R. (2008), Love + Sex with Robots: The Evolution of Human-Robot Relationships by David Levy Book Review, IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Winter.p.10-12. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/245344338_Love_Sex_With_Robots_The_Evolution_of_HumanRobot_Relationships_Levy_D_2007_Book_Review Sullins, J.P. (2012). Robots, Love and Sex: The Ethics of Building a Love Machine. IEEE Transactions on Afeective Computing, Vol. 3 No. 4. https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?arnumber=6313590 Music Our Slanted Voices (ft. Colin Mutchler) by DoKashiteru is licensed - CC0 Creative Commons Attribution License. Images All images used originally created by Michelle Baxter unless otherwise credited. “Domo” by Steve Jurvetson (CC BY-SA 2.0) https://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/7633582868 “Dog Robot” by Rochelle Winters (CC BY-SA 2.0) https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/38795121995 “Robot in a Box” by Stephen Dann (CC BY-SA 2.0) https://www.flickr.com/photos/stephendann/80557823 “Children using technology” by mojzagrebinfo (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://pixabay.com/en/children-tv-child-television-home-403582/ “Concert Man” By TheHilaryClark (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://www.needpix.com/photo/497662/concert-man-picture-video-cell-phone-stage-performance-musical-band “Smart Home” by Pixaline (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://pixabay.com/en/smart-home-house-technology-2005993/ “Samantha” by Sergi Santos, Synthea Amatus SL (ES) Generic (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) https://www.flickr.com/photos/arselectronica/36897430426 iphonedigital (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://www.flickr.com/photos/iphonedigital/33565306452 Alexa, photo by John Tekeridis from Pexels (CC BY-SA 2.0) https://www.flickr.com/photos/stockcatalog/27951615447 Google box photo by John Tekeridis from Pexels (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://www.pexels.com/photo/round-grey-speaker-on-brown-board-1072851/ “Robot World Class” by Fabrice Florin (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/36976427664Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0) Intographics (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://pixabay.com/en/woman-machine-mechanical-eye-look-1654540/ Green Robots By Owensart (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://pixabay.com/en/computer-surreal-fantasy-technology-1339867/ Fantasy Tunnel By Kellepics (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://pixabay.com/en/fantasy-tunnel-women-love-light-3186646/ By TheDigitalArtist (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://pixabay.com/en/woman-robot-kiss-lover-female-3310904/ Tamagothchi by Tomasz Sienicki - Own work (CC BY-SA 3.0) https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Tamagotchi_0124_ubt.jpeg#/media/File:Tamagotchi_0124_ubt.jpeg https://pixabay.com/en/dog-sad-waiting-floor-sad-dog-pet-2785074/ (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://pixabay.com/en/cat-kitten-pets-animals-housecat-2934720/ (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://pixabay.com/en/friends-cat-and-dog-cats-and-dogs-1149841/ (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://pixabay.com/en/technology-robot-human-hand-2025795/ (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) Medical Image By Mikael Häggström, (2014). "Medical gallery of Mikael Häggström 2014". WikiJournal of Medicine 1 (2). DOI:10.15347/wjm/2014.008. ISSN 2002-4436. Public Domain (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Chemical_basis_of_love.png Kiss Lover (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://www.maxpixel.net/Kiss-Lover-Girl-Female-Robot-Futuristic-Woman-3310904 Robot Couple by Kellepics (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://pixabay.com/en/fantasy-forward-android-metallic-3189319/ Woman and robot face off By Geralt (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://pixabay.com/en/binary-code-privacy-policy-woman-2175285/ Robot Human Face by Steve Jurvetson (CC-BY-2.0) https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Robot-human-face_onscreen.jpg Robot and human hand by Tumisu (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://pixabay.com/en/technology-robot-human-hand-2025795/ Video Clips “Will You Ever Love a Robot?” by Xprize (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://youtu.be/wUViHQinNWI “Robot love human, but why human no love robot back.” (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1hQ4nlMOUY Robot wife | Husband and wife romance after marriage part 10 by Sana Tube (CC0 - 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication - Creative Commons Attribution license - reuse allowed) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNmWbA_VYPE
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Robot Magazine - Sumo Bots video
 
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13TH ANNUAL TRINITY COLLEGE FIRE-FIGHTING HOME ROBOT CONTEST The first video below shows student-designed robots competing in the Trinity College Fire-Fighting Home Robot Contest (TCFFHRC). The second shows a line-tracking/sign-reading robot and the third features two battling sumo bots. The robots in clips two and three competed in the Robot Olympics held at Trinity in late 2005. The jpg is an annotated view of a Fire-Fighting robot. Videos and image provided by Professor David Ahlgren, director and host of the TCFFHRC.
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Robot assisted Cleaning in Office Buildings
 
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In professional office cleaning business, floor cleaning and waste disposal account for 70% of the daily cleaning efforts. Within the research project AutoPnP a Care-O-bot 3 service robot has been enabled for doing these tasks completely autonomously. The video features all steps of the cleaning activities. First, the robot is inspecting the room for trash bins and dirty spots at the ground. Then the found trash bin is grasped, cleared into a collection bin and brought back. Following, an autonomous tool change between robot hand and vacuum cleaner is shown. The attached vacuum cleaner is then used to clean the ground. Publications: R. Bormann, F. Weisshardt, G. Arbeiter, and J. Fischer. Autonomous dirt detection for cleaning in office environments. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), pages 1252–1259, May 2013. R. Bormann, J. Hampp, and M. Hägele. New Brooms Sweep Clean – An Autonomous Robotic Cleaning Assistant for Professional Office Cleaning. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May 2015. Further informationen: http://www.autopnp.com http://www.ipa.fraunhofer.de/en/robot_assistivesystems German version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_vaDIDyHJY&feature=youtu.be
Views: 10224 FraunhoferIPA
Massage Robot
 
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"Design and Control of Anthropomorphic BIT Soft Arms for TCM Remedial Massage," by Yuancan Huang, Jian Li, Qiang Huang, and Changxin Liu, from CNRS/LAAS, Beijing Institute of Technology, and Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. Presented at 2013 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), Tokyo, Japan.
Views: 30887 IEEE Spectrum
Beam’s new Palo Alto store lets telepresence robots sell themselves. Literally.
 
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Suitable Technologies opens its first store for telepresence robots, without a single human staff member on site.
Views: 23113 IEEE Spectrum
IEEE Spectrum Digital Magazine Prototype
 
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I developed this internal prototype for a digital magazine using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite in early 2011.
Views: 122 Michael Solita
Korea International Robot Contest 2014 - Rumble
 
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Warehouse Robots at Work
 
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IEEE spectrum (http://spectrum.ieee.org) takes you inside Kiva Systems' robotic warehouse, where orange robots make inventory move instead of workers. Over time the system becomes increasingly efficient, with the robots learning from the wisdom of the crowd. To read more about Kiva Systems and how their robots work, check out the article at http://www.spectrum.ieee.org/jul08/6380.
Views: 949996 IEEE Spectrum
Robots Are Starting Pre-K And Kindergarten With Kids
 
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Pepper Tiny humans aren't the only ones entering a classroom for the first time in the fall. Increasingly, robots are too. According to Karen Panetta, dean of graduate engineering at Tufts University and editor-in-chief of IEEE WIE Magazine, artificial intelligence software and early-stage humanoid robots are playing a growing role in pre-K and kindergarten. Over time, Panetta says, people should only expect machines' presence to increase. "Look at movie theaters right now," Panetta told Business Insider. In a handful of locations around the country, Disney has been tracking audience engagement with emotion recognition software — the kind that could someday live inside an artificially-intelligent robot inside a classroom, Panetta said. http://www.businessinsider.com/robots-entering-preschool-kindergarten-2017-8 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit Tech using http://wochit.com
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Bipedal Robot Cassie Blue Walks Through Fire
 
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Wired Magazine's article: https://www.wired.com/story/the-lab-making-robots-walk-through-fire-and-ride-segways/ The prescribed burn shown in the video took place on April 21, 2018 on the North Campus of the University of Michigan. The burns are done to promote the ecology of native species; you can learn more here https://www.a2gov.org/departments/Parks-Recreation/NAP/Pages/PrescribedEcologicalBurns.aspx Robots can be protected against flames and they do not suffer from smoke inhalation. While Cassie Blue has no arms to carry you out, coming generations of robots will be able to assist you. Cassie Blue is walking with control laws developed at Michigan in this publication: Da, X., Harib, O., Hartley, R., Griffin, B., & Grizzle, J. W. (2016). From 2D design of underactuated bipedal gaits to 3D implementation: Walking with speed tracking. IEEE Access, 4, 3469-3478. More related publications http://web.eecs.umich.edu/faculty/grizzle/publications-robotics.html Cassie was built by Agility Robotics. The robot's purchase was enabled by funding from NSF Inspire Grant ECCS-1343720 and Toyota Research Institute (TRI). The work on the control law was funded by NSF Grant NRI-1525006.
multiple robots escorting a target
 
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Multiple robots escorting a target moving in real-time exhibiting fault tolerance with respect to failures of one or more robots. 2007. G. Antonelli and F. Arrichiello and S. Chiaverini, An Experimental Study of the Entrapment/Escorting Mission for a Multi-Robot System, IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, vol. 15, n. 1, pp. 22--29, 2008.
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Steerable needle goes around obstacles 2
 
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Related to the paper: K. B. Reed, A. Majewicz, V. Kallem, R. Alterovitz, K. Goldberg, N. J. Cowan and A. M. Okamura (2011) Robot-Assisted Needle Steering. Robotics and Automation Magazine, 18:35-46.
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Multi-Sensor Surface Analysis for Robotic Ironing --- ICRA2016
 
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The paper will be presented in IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), Stockholm, May 2016. Author: Yinxiao Li, Xiuhan Hu, Danfei Xu, Yonghao Yue, Eitan Grinspun, Peter Allen (Columbia University) Paper: http://arxiv.org/abs/1602.04918 Related: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~yli/laundry_robot Abstract: Robotic manipulation of deformable objects remains a challenging task. One such task is to iron a piece of cloth autonomously. Given a roughly flattened cloth, the goal is to have an ironing plan that can iteratively apply a regular iron to remove all the major wrinkles by a robot. We present a novel solution to analyze the cloth surface by fusing two surface scan techniques: a curvature scan and a discontinuity scan. The curvature scan can estimate the height deviation of the cloth surface, while the discontinuity scan can effectively detect sharp surface features, such as wrinkles. We use this information to detect the regions that need to be pulled and extended before ironing, and the other regions where we want to detect wrinkles and apply ironing to remove the wrinkles. We demonstrate that our hybrid scan technique is able to capture and classify wrinkles over the surface robustly. Given detected wrinkles, we enable a robot to iron them using shape features. Experimental results show that using our wrinkle analysis algorithm, our robot is able to iron the cloth surface and effectively remove the wrinkles.
Views: 39437 Yinxiao Li
Hair Washing Robot
 
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"Development of Head Care Robot Using Five-Bar Closed Link Mechanism with Enhanced Head Shape Following Capability," by Toshinori Hirose, Takeshi Ando, Soichiro Fujioka and Osamu Mizuno, from Panasonic Corp., Osaka, Japan. Presented at 2013 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), Tokyo, Japan.
Views: 30393 IEEE Spectrum
Making a pizza: a robotic approach
 
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Authors: Jonathan Cacace, Mario Selvaggio, Università di Napoli "Federico II" Winner of the Second Prize of the First "Robotics Made in Italy" Video Contest 2017 Organised by IEEE Robotics and Automation Society - Italian Chapter
AAAI VideoCompetition 20120702
 
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accepted by AAAI 2012 Robotics and Multimedia Fair We combine both cognitive map and episodic memory functions together to enable advanced cognitive behaviors for robot. The proposed computational model focuses on the neocortical and hippocampus area that incorporates two major network components: EC and CA3 regions. The entorhinal-hippocampal system has been widely studied for its active involvement in the memory process [1], [2], [3]. Some works on entorhinal-hippocampal system also focus on the spatial navigation [4], [5], [6], [7]. Here, we focus on both properties and how they contribute to a high-level cognitive behavior. In the EC layer, a 3D CAN structure is used to model the cognitive map. The activities of the neurons in the CAN structure encode an estimation of the robot's location. Given that the size of CAN structure is limited; the size of the map space is limited by the number of cells in CAN. To address this problem, a torus shape connection method is used in CAN for the continuity of the neuron activities' shift in a large space environment [8][9]. The most active neuron is then mapped to a scaled map with actual location information. The CA3 architecture and dynamics is inspired by the works of Jensen et al. [10], where the CA3 region is modeled as a recurrent network. The CA3 layer is composed of spiking neurons based on the spike response model (SRM). The synaptic modifications follow the Hebb-rule; simultaneous presynaptic and postsynaptic activity enhances synaptic efficacies. The direct perforant path input from superficial layer of EC to CA3 is quantitatively appropriate to provide cue for recall in CA3 [11], [12]. [1] Witter M.P.: Organization of the entorhinal-hippocampal system: a review of current anatomical data. Hippocampus, 3: 33-44 (1993). [2] Yamaguchi, N., Sato, N., Wagatsuma, H., Wu, Z., Molter, C., Aota, Y.: A unified view of theta-phase coding in the entorhinalChippocampal system. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 17: 197-204 (2007). [3] Iijima, T., Witter, M.P., Ichikawa, M., Tominaga, T., Kajiwara, R., Matsumoto, G.: Entorhinal-Hippocampal Interactions Revealed by Real-Time Imaging. Science: 272(5265): 1176-1179 (1996) [4] Brun, V.H., Otnæss, M.K., Molden, S., Steffenach, H.A., Witter, M.P., Moser, M.B. Moser, E.I.: Place Cells and Place Recognition Maintained by Direct Entorhinal-Hippocampal Circuitry. Science 296(5576): 2243-2246 (2002). [5] Jeffery, K.J.: Self-localization and the entorhinalChippocampal system. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 17: 1-8 (2008). [6] Fleischer, J., Edelman, G.: Brain-Based Devices. IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, 16(3), 33-41 (2009) [7] Wyeth, B.G., Milford, M.J.: Spatial Cognition for Robots. IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine, 16(3), 24--32, 2009. [8] McNaughton, B. L., Battaglia, F. P., Jensen, O., Moser, E. I. and Moser, M. B.: Path integration and the neural basis of the 'cognitive map'. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 7, 663-678 (2006). [9] Milford, M.J. and Wyeth, G.F.:Mapping a Suburb With a Single Camera Using a Biologically Inspired SLAM System. IEEE Transactions on Robotics, 24(5), 1038-1053 (2008) [10] Jensen, O., Idiart, M. A., Lisman, J. E.: Physiologically realistic formation of autoassociative memory in networks with theta/gamma oscillations: role of fast NMDA channels. Learning & Memory 3 (2-3), 243-256 (1996). [11] Jensen, O., Lisman, J. E.: Novel lists of 7 +/- 2 known items can be reliably stored in an oscillatory short-term memory network: interaction with long-term memory. Learning & Memory 3(2-3), 257-263 (1996). [12] Rolls, E. T.: A computational theory of episodic memory formation in the hippocampus. Behavioural Brain Research 215 (2), 180-196 (2010).
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Underwater robot at Princeton Engineering
 
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Princeton University undergraduates David Clifton '12 and David Heinz '12 spent the summer working in the lab of Naomi Ehrich Leonard on underwater autonomous vehicles. In this video they discuss their research -- ranging from testing MATLAB code to working in the machine shop -- on a test robot called "the beluga." Video by Zach Donnell.
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960P Wireless Audio astronaut surveillance camera Wifi Wireless p2p IP Wifi Robot camara
 
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Brand Name:POMIACAM Model Number:A180 FEATURE 1:H.264 1.3MP WIFI CAMERA FEATURE 2:Two-way audio monitoring FEATURE 3:Wi-Fi compliant with wireless standards IEEE 802.11b/g/n FEATURE 4:Motion detection alert FEATURE 5: remote viewing FEATURE 6:IR range:10M FEATURE 7:IP Camera PAN/ TILT FEATURE 8:AUTO SWITCHING DAY AND NIGHT . FEATURE 9:HORIZONTAL 355 ANGLE , VERTICAL 45 ANGLE , FEATURE 10:TIPS : THIS ROBOT CAMERA CAN NOT WALK
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IEEE 2014 EMBEDDED IMPLEMENTATION OF MIND CONTROL ROBOT
 
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Robotics Innovation Start Up Style - Helen Greiner, CyPhy Works (Plenary Day 2 ICRA 2015)
 
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Robotics Innovation Start Up Style Helen Greiner, CyPhy Works Thursday, May 28 08:15-09:05 WSCC 4A http://icra2015.org/conference/plenaries-keynotes Abstract: Innovation gets a lot of air time. There are endless debates on how to achieve it, foster it, or schedule it. But innovation isn’t a monolithic concept. It has horizons and frontiers, and is approached differently by different parts of the creative technical ecosystem. The field of robotics provides excellent examples of this. Universities innovate. Corporate research labs innovate. Start-up companies innovate. But they all approach the development of new ideas from different perspectives, and from different starting points on the creative timeline. Universities should be taking the long view – targeting advancements in timeframes of 10-100 years out. Corporate research draws on current customer needs for impetus, for example, making improvements to existing products or technologies. Start-ups take a different view. To a start-up innovation is lifeblood, immediate; and time to market is critical. In fact, in a start-up a key innovation can be so compelling that the entire company’s direction may pivot around it. All of these types of research are needed for successful economic growth. They are vital to the creation and maintenance of robotics’ technical ecosystem, and are critical to “moving the needle forward.” This talk uses examples from Helen Greiner’s past and continuing career as a leading robotics entrepreneur to elucidate the nature and influence of innovation in start-up companies. Biography: Helen Greiner is CEO of CyPhy Works, a startup company that designs and delivers innovative aerial robots. In 1990, she co-founded iRobot (NASDAQ:IRBT), which has become the global leader of mobile robots with the success of the Roomba™ Vacuuming Robot and the PackBot™ and SUGV Military Robots. Ms Greiner served as President of iRobot until 2004 and Chairman until October 2008. She developed the strategy for and led iRobot's entry into the military market place. At iRobot, she created a culture of innovation that resulted in advanced but practical robot products. She also ran iRobot's financing projects which included raising $35M venture capital and a $75M initial public offering. Greiner holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and a master's degree in computer science, both from MIT. She was presented with an honorary PhD by WPI in 2009. Helen is highly decorated for her visionary contributions in technology innovation and business leadership. In 2014, she was named as a Presidential Ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship (PAGE) by President Obama and Secretary of Commerce Pritzker. She was named by the Kennedy School at Harvard in conjunction with the U.S. News and World Report as one of America's Best Leaders and was honored by the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) with the prestigious Pioneer Award. She has also been honored as a Technology Review Magazine "Innovator for the Next Century" and has been awarded the DEMO God Award and DEMO Lifetime Achievement Award. She was named one of the Ernst and Young New England Entrepreneurs of the Year (with iRobot cofounder Colin Angle), invited to the World Economic Forum as a Global Leader of Tomorrow and Young Global Leader, and has been inducted in the Women in Technology International (WITI) Hall of Fame and the National Academy of Engineering. Helen is a Trustee of the Boston Museum Science (MOS). Ms. Greiner has served as the elected President and Board Member of the Robotics Technology Consortium (RTC), as Trustee of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), a Trustee of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), as a member of the Army Science Board (ASB), and a member of the Board of Visitors of the Army War College (AWC).
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Robot doing autonomous kitting
 
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The video shows our experimental results of the final test sprint of the EU project STAMINA. This test was carried out at the PSA plant in Rennes, France. The detailed description can be found in A Vertical and Cyber–Physical Integration of Cognitive Robots in Manufacturing. Krüger, Volker; Chazoule, Arnaud; Crosby, Matthew; Lasnier, Antoine; Pedersen, Mikkel Rath; Rovida, Francesco; Nalpantidis, Lazaros; Petrick, Ronald; Toscano, Cesar; Veiga, Germano. In: Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol. 104, No. 5, 2016, p. 1114-1127.
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Less than perfect robots | Guy Hoffman | TEDxJaffa
 
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Guy Hoffman describes how animation, acting lessons, and jazz led to a new approach to artificial intelligence for robots that "think with their bodies", plan less, improvise more, and take chances, even at the risk of making mistakes, and why this makes for robots that better fit our homes, offices, schools and hospitals. Hoffman is an assistant professor at the School of Communications at IDC Herzliya and co-director of the IDC Media Innovation Lab. Previously, he was a research fellow at Georgia Tech and at MIT. Hoffman holds a Ph.D from MIT in Human-robot Interaction and an M.Sc. in Computer Science from Tel Aviv University. He also studied animation at Parsons School of Design in NYC. His research deals with human-robot interaction and collaboration, embodied cognition for robots, nonverbal communication for robots, entertainment, theater, and musical performance robotics, and non-humanoid robot design. Among others projects, Hoffman developed the world's first human-robot joint theater performance, as well as the first real-time improvisation human-robot Jazz duet. Hoffman designed several robots, including a robotic desk lamp, AUR, which won the IEEE International Robot Design Competition. His research papers have earned top academic awards, including Best Paper awards at HRI and robotics conferences in 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2010. He was software and animation lead on the World Expo Digital Water Pavilion; part of a team recognized as creating one of TIME magazine's Best Inventions of the Year; and was commissioned for a title-page illustration of the New York Times Week in Review. Hoffman's work has been exhibited around the world and covered in the international press, including CNN, the BBC, The New York Times, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Haaretz, Science, New Scientist, PBS, NPR, and Comedy Central. He was selected as one of Israel's most promising researchers under forty in both 2010 and 2012. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations) To see more talks from this event, please visit http://www.tedxjaffa.com
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IEEE_magazine
 
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IEEE Magazine (RAM) 2011 Submission. In this video, we demonstrate how to automatically deploy three robots in an mini urban like city. A task about servicing requests was assigned to three robots in a regular expression. As shown in this video, the robots accomplished the task by cooperating with others.
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ICRA2016 - Markerless Perspective Taking for Humanoid Robots in Unconstrained Environments
 
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This video accompanies the paper titled "Markerless Perspective Taking for Humanoid Robots in Unconstrained Environments" presented at IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation 2016
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Jessy Grizzle | Bipedal Walking Robots
 
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Distinguished University Professorship 2015 Lecture Series presented by Elmer G. Gilbert; Distinguished University Professor of Engineering, Jerry W. and Carol L. Levin; Professor of Engineering and the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan The fields of control and robotics are working hand-in-hand to development bipedal machines that can realize walking motions with the stability and agility of a human being. Dynamic models for bipeds are hybrid nonlinear systems, meaning they contain both continuous and discrete elements, with switching events that are spatially driven by changes in ground contact. This talk will show how nonlinear control methods are enhancing the ability to achieve highly dynamic locomotion. The presented experiments will primarily focus on our past work on 2D (planar) bipedal robots; a new 3D robot is being installed at Michigan and we will show some of the preliminary results. Jessy W. Grizzle received the Ph.D. in electrical engineering from The University of Texas at Austin in 1983 and in 1984 held an NSF-NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship in Science in Paris, France. Since September 1987, he has been with The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where he is the Jerry and Carol Levin Professor of Engineering. He jointly holds sixteen patents dealing with emissions reduction in passenger vehicles through improved control system design. Professor Grizzle is a Fellow of the IEEE and of IFAC. He received the Paper of the Year Award from the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society in 1993, the George S. Axelby Award in 2002, the Control Systems Technology Award in 2003, and the Bode Lecture Prize in 2012. His work on bipedal locomotion has been the object of numerous plenary lectures and has been featured in The Economist, Wired Magazine, Discover Magazine, Scientific American, Popular Mechanics and several television programs.
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sFly:Swarm of Micro Flying Robots
 
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This video summarizes the contributions towards the successful completion of the EC FP7 project, sFly and appears in the IEEE/RSJ Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) 2012.
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Aerial-ground Cooperative Manipulation of Long Bars
 
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For more details check out the paper N. Staub, M. Mohammadi, D. Bicego, Q. Delamare, H. Yang, D. Prattichizzo, P. Robuffo Giordano, D. Lee, and A. Franchi, “The Tele-MAGMaS: An aerial-ground co-manipulator system,” IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine, 2018.
Machining PCB 2
 
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IEEE at UIC Robotics - Machining Motor Controllers at the RRC electronics shop Sponsors: Reis Robotics, RobotWorx, RRC http://www.ece.uic.edu/~ieee/html/robotics.html
SPECTRUM: Energetically Autonomous Tactical Robot Converts Biomass Sources into Electrical Energy
 
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Printable batteries; thermal scanners search for flu sufferers in airports. Government Technology is the award-winning national magazine covering information technology's role in state and local governments. Keep up on government tech trends by viewing more videos at http://govtech.com/videos.
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5 Awesome Robots you didn't know existed
 
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5 Awesome Robots you didn't know existed : 5. MECCANOID G15 KS : www.meccano.com › meccanoid 4.EZ-ROBOT JD HUMANOID : https://www.ez-robot.com › Shop › Acce 3.KAMIGAMI ROBOTS : kamigamirobots.com 2.BIONIC KANGAROO : spectrum.ieee.org › robotics-hardware 1.NAO NEXT GEN : robohub.org › nao-next-gen-now-availa... MORE VEDIOS EVERY WEEK. THANKS FOR WATCHING PLEASE SUBSCRIBE.
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