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Quadrotors playing ping-pong
posted April 2 2011 18:26.31 by Giorgos Lazaridis




It has been a long time since i posted a blog entry with quad rotors. The reason is that there was nothing that impressive to post, until now. Youtube user UntitledTitle uploaded a video with some autonomous quadrotors playing ping pong and doing some juggling. The vehicles and the ball ball are tracked by an overhead motion capture system and controlled by a pair of computers. The video was taken in the ETH Flying Machine Arena.





You may also want to see an older blog entry with this guy, when he was developing those quadrotors...

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Tags: electronic project   robot   inventions   mechanical   quadrotor   autonomous   
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