Stanford’s Humanoid Robot xplores an abandoned shipwreck Diving Robot

Stanford’s Humanoid Robot xplores an abandoned shipwreck Diving Robot Stanford Stanford University Robot Science Computer Engineer Engineering Design Artificial Intelligence

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CS235: Applied Robot Design, Final Project-Gupta, Moreno, Scalmanini, and Yee

This is a chess-playing robot constructed as the final project for the CS235: Applied Robot Design for Non-Robot-Designers at Stanford

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CS235: Applied Robot Design, Final Project-Cummings, Wu, and Zhai

This is a chess-playing robot constructed as the final project for the CS235: Applied Robot Design for Non-Robot-Designers at Stanford

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CS235: Applied Robot Design, Final Project-Kamath, Roy, Siilats, and van Galen Last

This is a chess-playing robot constructed as the final project for the CS235: Applied Robot Design for Non-Robot-Designers at Stanford

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CS235: Applied Robot Design-Final Project Presentation, Introduction

This is the final project presentation for the CS235: Applied Robot Design for Non-Robot-Designers course at Stanford University. Each of

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CS235: Applied Robot Design, Final Project-Jonas Forrslund and Michael Yip

This is a 3-DOF haptic device constructed as the final project for the CS235: Applied Robot Design for Non-Robot-Designers at

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CS235: Applied Robot Design, Lab 3 Teaser

This is a teaser for the third lab for the CS235: Applied Robot Design for Non-Robot-Designers at Stanford University. In

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CS235: Applied Robot Design, Lab 1 Teaser

This is a teaser for the first lab (gears) for the CS235: Applied Robot Design for Non-Robot-Designers at Stanford University.

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Stanford Solar Car Project

Watch Stanford University students talk about Sierra Circuits’ role in building printed circuit boards and assembling components for Stanford Solar

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Chris Re: What dark data is, and how bringing it to light will impact society

The world’s scientific knowledge is accessible in a way it’s never been before. Unfortunately, much of it cannot be read

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