페이지 정보2012/11/29 18:40 Hit 7,747
DARwin-OP is an open platform humanoid project supported by NSF. Being a vision-capable humanoid with full functionality and scalability, researchers are strongly required to join an open source community for cooperative research. (www.robotsource.org) To encourage creative applications from around the globe and maximize contribution for humanoid research.
Teams consisting of 1-4 members who use the DARwIn-OP robot to develop their own application are eligible. For registration, a 2 minute online video demonstration should be posted on YouTube and a link must be submitted with the registration form. [Registration form attached to this post.]
For Finalists selected to make presentation at ICRA:
- 10 minutes free-style demonstration and presentation
(Must explain the robot’s application and its functions)
(Projector, tables, MIC will be available on-site)
All other necessary equipment for demo must be prepared by each participating team.
- Online Video Registration - February 28, 2013
- Notification of Finalist - March 08, 2013
- Final Presentation ? May 08, 2013 (Wednesday)
- Creative Idea - 40%
- Technical Skills - 30%
- Overall Completion - 30%
- New Judge to be added.
- Professor Daniel Lee (University of Pennsylvania)
- Professor Sven Behnke (University of Bonn)
- Peer review among finalists
1st Place Winner
· LabVIEW Robotics Software
· Webots Pro
We will be holding an online vote again. The winner will be awarded a $1,000 gift certificate apart from the actual competition.
Finalist (by draw)
· Bioloid Premium Kit
· $500 Gift Certificate
This event is sponsored by IEEE ICRA, National Instruments, and Cyberbotics.
For up-to-date information, please check. ROBOT SOURCE. <== Click!
Please click on the links below to see videos and results for
2012 ICRA - DARwIn-OP Humanoid Application Challenge.