Humanoid taught synchronized movement

May 27, 2012 21:46

In recent years, a variety of companies and laboratories have developed an impressive number of humanoid robots that walk and run. Some of them even dance in groups of up to 20, performing complex dance numbers.

This synchronization — no easy task. One way to do this — to provide a robot as a leader, which will transmit the information moves across the network. As a result, the others can catch them and repeat after him.

But the problem is that the network dynamics are not as predictable as one would like to choreographers. For example,

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