Exciting news for Department of Informatics CoRe
Posted on 05/11/2014
There has been lots going on in the Department of Informatics Centre for Robotics Research (CoRe) research group. Ali Shafti (PhD student at CoRe) and Kristan Marlow (PhD student from the Centre for Intelligent Systems Research, Deakin University and visiting researcher at CoRe) collaborated with comedian Matthew Highton on his new comedy show. The roboticists equipped his doll Sam with a rotary head and wrote an Android application for the wireless control. The video is available to view.
CoRe also attended te British Science Festival in Birmingham. The STIFF-FLOP project aims to create a robotic arm based on an octopus tentacle, allowing the group to innovate and push the boundaries of current medical robotics technology and providing solutions with real benefits for patients and surgical staff. Members of the Centre for Robotics Research, Kings College London experienced the future of surgery at the British Science Festival on September 6th, 2014.
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