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Thread: DARwIn-OP, mini humanoid robot platform, Robotis, Seoul, Korea

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    DARwIn-OP, mini humanoid robot platform, Robotis, Seoul, Korea

    Developer and manufacturer - Robotis

    DARwIn-OP on Wikipedia

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    ROBOTIS Open Platform Humanoid robot, DARwIn-OP official Introduction

    Uploaded on Mar 2, 2011

    DARwIn-OP (Dynamic Anthropomorphic Robot with Intelligence--Open Platform) is an affordable, miniature-humanoid-robot platform with advanced computational power, sophisticated sensors, high payload capacity, and dynamic motion ability to enable many exciting research and education activities.

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    DXL & DARwIn-OP in RoboCup2012

    Published on Jul 29, 2012

    All winners of the RoboCup 2012 humanoid league have either used the DYNAMIXEL in their robots or the humanoid platform DARwIn-OP.

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    Jimmy Darwin Conquers the Ladder

    Published on Jul 25, 2013

    Jimmy Darwin (a DARwIn-OP humanoid robot) practicing for the ladder-climbing event at FIRA 2013 in Malaysia.

    Recorded in the Autonomous Agents Lab, University of Manitoba on July 25, 2013

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    Angry DARwIn Georgia Tech

    Published on Oct 22, 2013

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    DARwIn Robot Moves to Signature Engineering Building - Virginia Tech
    July 24, 2014

    DARwIn-OP, along with the Terrestrial Robotics Engineering & Controls Laboratory, is on the move from Randolph Hall to the new Signature Engineering Building. The robotics lab, part of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, also features CHARI the Humanoid Robot and THOR, the new robot that is part of the DARPA Robotics Challenge. The lab is located on the second floor of the new building, at the corner of Prices Fork Road and Stanger Street.

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    Climbing the ladder

    Published on Feb 26, 2014

    DARwIn-OP Climbing the ladder

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    Jeff Darwin Rides the Bicycle

    Published on Mar 27, 2014

    The University of Manitoba's 2014 entry in the ICRA DARwIn-OP Humanoid Application Challenge, featuring Jeff on the bicycle.

    Following on our last two presentations (see below for links) we continue to look at novel applications for humanoid balancing. This year we are looking at the problem of riding a bicycle.

    The robot uses inverse kinematics to calculate the positions of its arms and legs to allow it to pedal and steer. Because the hands must remain on the handlebar and the feet are in constant motion we have very minimal degrees of freedom available for balancing.

    Recorded at the University of Manitoba's Autonomous Agents Laboratory, March 2014.

    Music: "Ioma" by Moby, courtesy of MobyGratis

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    Dynamic Ladder Climbing

    Published on Oct 8, 2014

    Jimmy, the 2013 champion in the FIRA ladder-climbing event held in Malaysia, demonstrates his new, dynamic ladder-climbing technique.

    In 2013 the ladder had fixed, evenly-spaced rungs. For the 2014 competition the rungs will be randomly-spaced 10 to 20cm apart. This means we can no longer rely entirely on static motions as we did last year. Instead Jimmy uses his on-board camera to calculate the distance to the next rung while climbing, dynamically calculating where to place his hands and feet.

    The only information the robot is given in advance is the inclination of the ladder (45 degrees in this case), and the distance from the ground to each of the first two rungs. All other information is calculated as the robot climbs.

    The robot uses its camera, the three-axis accelerometer in the torso, pressure sensors in the feet, and torque sensors in the hands and knees as inputs when calculating its motions. The wireframe models in the video show the robot's live position as it climbs (i.e. not a simulation, but playback of realtime data collected on the robot while climbing).

    Music: "Houses" by Moby, licensed via MobyGratis

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    DARwIn OP Robot Skating

    Published on Sep 29, 2015

    Summer 2011 - Summer project which involved creating custom roller skates for the humanoid robot DARwIn Op and modifying the robot's walking gait to allow it to skate.

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