Reinforcement Learning Simulation – Cart-Pole (Inverted Pendulum) Task

A physically-simulated cart is controlled by a Verve agent (http://verve-agents.sourceforge.net) in order to balance an attached pole. Based on simple

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Identical Snowflakes? Scientist Ruins Winter For Everyone. | Deep Look

We’ve all heard that each and every snowflake is unique. But in a lab in sunny southern California, a physicist

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Finding The Speed Of Light With Peeps | SKUNK BEAR

There’s a new use for those stale Easter marshmallows you have lying around – calculating a constant that governs the

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Singularity – Humanity’s last invention

“The upheavals [of artificial intelligence] can escalate quickly and become scarier and even cataclysmic. Imagine how a medical robot, originally

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Conductive LEGO bricks

‘Brixo,’ a startup created by physicists, created chrome-coated bricks that can conduct electricity and breath life into your old Lego

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Robotic Idol – The Manufacturer of NAO – Aldebaran Robotics: Cedric Vaudel

A series of interviews of the collaborators behind Robotic Idol, the new curricular program for Secondary Education from Aldebaran Robotics.

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Today’s Children; Tomorrow’s Scientists

In 1997, physicist William Phillips won the Nobel Prize for his work in cooling atoms to near-absolute zero using lasers.

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spaghetti robots uprising @ IZOLAB

Results of an experimental robotics workshop – constructing simple robots from spaghetti and servo motors. source

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Slow opening motion of the catapult sporangium of Polypodium aureum

Movie from the paper X. Noblin, N. O. Rojas, J. Westbrook, C. Llorens, M. Argentina, J. Dumais, “The Fern Sporangium:

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A Filipino Mechanical Engineer Making A Giant Robot (15 to 40 Feet Tall) Part 2b

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NImjxbWTZIU OBJECTIVE: To create a 15 feet to 40 ft tall walking robot using the shown mechanism. Video shows me

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