Tour the Carnegie Mellon Robotics Lab

Posted on June 29, 2006  Comments (2)

Robert Scoble videotaped his visit to the Carnegie Mellon Robotics Lab and posted the video to Microsoft’s channel 9 – which has quite a few interesting videos.

They have some of the coolest people I’ve ever met and the robotics might surprise you (two of the students were building soccer-playing robots on top of Segways, other students were building surgery tools, really great stuff).

More robotics webcasts from Channel 9.

2 Responses to “Tour the Carnegie Mellon Robotics Lab”

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