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Uploaded on Oct 23, 2009

This video demonstrates some of the most recent work in the Robotics and Biology laboratory.

The first part of this video shows a new approach towards motion planning and robot control (The Elastic Roadmap).

The following three sequences show our framework for robot perception: Interactive Perception. In this framework, deliberate interactions in the environment are used to reveal new information, otherwise unavailable to the robot. The enriched perceptual stream is consequently used to improve further interactions with the environment.

In the first video, we demonstrate how interactions are used to facilitate object segmentation.
In the second video, deliberate interactions are used to reveal information about the kinematic structure of previously unknown objects.
The third video builds on top of the skill for acquiring kinematic information. In this video, we demonstrate our robot's ability to learn from past interactions to generalize about future actions. We show that our robot can effectively learn manipulation strategies, and gather experience to become increasingly better in interacting with its environment.

Credits: Dov Katz, Jacqueline Kenney, Yuandong Yang, and Oliver Brock

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