Available Categories (by date):
- Videos from the IEEE Humanoid Application Challenge at the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) in Daejon, Korea, October 2016.
- Videos from RoboCup 2016, in Leipzig, Germany, June-July 2016. We placed first in the technical challenge for the teen-size (<1.4m) humanoid, and third place in soccer overall.
- Videos from RoboCup 2014, in Joao Pessoa, Brazil, July 2014
- Video from media outlets covering our work.
- Fira 2013 was in Shah Alam (outide of Kuala Lumpur) Malaysia. We won the Kid-Size division in Hurocup!
- Videos from RoboCup-2013 in Eindhoven, Netherlands, where we participated in
kid-size Humanoid events.
- Videos of Jennifer, our hockey robot.
- Videos from FIRA-2011 in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. We did very well in the marathon completing the 84m track in 8 min and 50 secs. This time was four minutes faster than the previous world record. Only the favorited team from Plymouth Uni in the UK beat us. So we came in 2nd out of 17 teams - an extremely good result.
- Groups of videos dedicated to specific publications and referenced in
the publications section of this website.
- Videos from RoboCup-2010 in Singapore, where we participated in
teen-size Humanoid events.
- The FIRA-2009 conference and robotics competition was in Incheon, Korea, in August 2009. Three students from our lab attended.
- Videos from RoboCup-2009 in Graz, Austria, where we participated in
both sizes of Humanoid events. We also picked up third place in a pick-up Citizen Mixed-Reality (PV) League, which we didn't even know was available before we arrived.
- Video shots of various robots around the lab.
- Videos from RoboCup-2008 in Suzhou, China, where we participated in
Humanoid events and the Citizen Mixed-Reality (PV) League.
- Videos from our preparations for RoboCup and FIRA 2008.
- Videos from John's talk on using AI to motivate CS participation, at the
AAAI 2008 Spring Symposium series at Stanford.
- Fira-2007, San Francisco, June, 2007. The humanoid events consisted of
a septathalon, demonstrating basic robot skills under complex
conditions. Events in the septathalon included soccer goal-kicks,
basketball free throws, and weightlifting.
- Videos from RoboCup-2007 in Atlanta, where we participated in Humanoid
events and the Citizen Mixed-Reality (PV) League. We came in third in
the Mixed-Reality League.
- Videos from the Robot Demonstrations at the AAAI 2007 conference in
Vancouver, where we demonstrated our work with the Citizen Microrobots
- RoboCup 2006 was held in Bremen, and we competed in humanoid events
- Videos of our entry at the Rescue Competition at the RoboCup American
- Samples of work from the comp4060 course, sept-dec 2006, which was
organized around a mixed-reality approach to robotics. The robots are
small IR tanks, using Ergo for global vision. The are running on and
interacting with a 40" LCD
projecting a virtual environment, as well as interacting with the
physical world (e.g. a soccer ball).
- Some videos of our humanoid entry in the 2005 Robot Olympiad in Korea,
as well as some of of the other competitors there.
- RoboCup-2005 in Osaka, where we competed in humanoid events and robotic
- Videos from our demonstrations at IIT Mumbai's TechFest in 2005
- Videos from Fira 2004 and the 2004 robot olympiad, both in Korea.
- RoboCup-2004 in Lisbon, where we competed in E-League
robotic soccer, humanoid events, and robotic rescue. We came in first
in the E-League.
- Videos of our humanoid entry in FIRA-2003, in Vienna.
- RoboCup-2003 was in Padova, and we competed in humanoid, E-League (then
called the ULeague) soccer, small-size (F180) soccer, and robotic
- Example videos from a graduate course Jacky taught in New Zealand, in
Available Videos (by date):
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- A video we presented at the Humanoids 2003 conference, summarizing the
state of the art of humanoid robotics as demonstrated in the FIRA