Video Gallery

Videos of work at IDRL, Indian Drone Racing League:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW0FrohU5Hc92uqUWMLyGSA

Video of work at 1 Martian Way:
http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2wQdRwrF68T-7gnth9mHsw

Videos from UCI:

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1] RoboTeamX Chess Robots - OC Register Video: (Fall 2009) | Project Video
On 15th August 2009, RoboTeamX (www.roboteamx.com) robots played against and defeated a team of 16 humans in a game of chess. These are autonomous communicating robots that decide the best move by sharing data wirelessly. This is the OC Register Video interviewing Karan.
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2] RoboTeamX Chess Robots - CBS News Video: (Fall 2009) | Project Video
On 15th August 2009, RoboTeamX (www.roboteamx.com) robots played against and defeated a team of 16 humans in a game of chess. These are autonomous communicating robots that decide the best move by sharing data wirelessly. This is the CBS News Video interviewing Karan.
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3] M-CLE: An Embodied Constructivist Learning Environment using a Hacked Fisher Price SmartCycle: (Fall 2008) | Project WebPage | Download Thesis
M-CLE is a physical learning environment in which synergistic artificial intelligence through the use of robots (creative agents) is employed to embellish the creativity of the child. In M-CLE, the child uses a modified Fischer Price SmartCycle (that is wirelessly enabled by replacing the proprietary microcontroller with a custom microcontroller) to create floor art through a black creative agent that is embellished by the other agents using synergistic AI techniques.
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4] Omni-Directional Robot: An Autonomous Multi-Axes Line Following Robot: (Fall 2007) Project Video | Project WebPage
This omni-directional robot is a line following robot. However, the key characteristics of this robot are that it is able to efficiently turn and follow multiple axes such as N-S-W-E as opposed to following just a single line. Moreover data can be wirelessly uploaded to this robot. The robot uses a grid pattern to move radially. It has four omniwheels that are arranged in a square. Mounted on the frame underneath each wheel are paired infrared sensors that monitor the board surface detecting the grid. An optional wireless robot controller was built too.
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