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    Towards Learning Robot Table Tennis

    Published on May 24, 2012

    This video demonstrates how a Barrett WAM arm uses our mixture of motor primitives (MoMP) algorithm to learn successful hitting movements in table tennis using imitation and reinforcement Learning.

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    Robopong 2050 - Drill 10

    Uploaded on Mar 3, 2010

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    Japan's fastest table tennis robot

    Published on Mar 14, 2014

    A Japanese made table tennis robot, with Kasumi Ishikawa

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    Robo ping-pong: Stanford students design, 'teach' robots to play

    Published on Jul 17, 2015

    After learning new software and programming languages, Stanford students in the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory have an opportunity to choose a creative task and design a robot to perform the task for demonstration. The tasks call for a wide range of fundamental skills, but generally require the robot to sense where it is in space, detect objects around it, and then autonomously interact with those objects in its environment. Recent projects include pingpong, the Japanese cup-and-ball game, Kendama, and a landing pad that helps a quad-copter touch down safely.

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    My Homemade Table Tennis Robot made w/ Knex and Bench Grinder

    Uploaded on Aug 26, 2010

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    Uploaded on May 30, 2009

    The Table Tennis Revolution is here with the likeable realistic looking robot.
    The latest tool to promote the great game of table tennis is finally here and exclusive to Table Tennis World.
    Talk to Paul Pinkewich on the latest update with this fabulous machinery.
    Remote control device makes this a gem for the person who has everything in table tennis.
    Contact Paul for a demonstration at your club or school.

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    Small table tennis machine two-place launching

    Uploaded on Mar 2, 2010

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    ping pong ball launcher

    Uploaded on Jul 28, 2010

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    Uploaded on Feb 8, 2009

    Since we couldn't afford to buy the professional one...we decided to make our own.

    Cost
    $20 for the servos
    $3 Trashbin
    FREE parts (microcontroller, dc motor, acrylic, oatmeal container...)

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