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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Robotics team will be at the Seattle Mini-Maker Faire!

    The Seattle Mini-Maker faire will be at the Seattle Center on June 2nd and 3rd over the weekend. If you're in town during that time, please drop by to see really cool projects made by hobbyists in the community. Our team will be there en-force to show off Robotics related technologies, such as Robotics...
  • Blog Post: Behind the Scenes: Motion Tracking Robot Controller at Maker Faire 2011

    On November 15th Elliott posted a blog on the The Motion Tracking Robot Controller . I was fortunate enough to work on this project and host an interactive demo of it at Maker Faire 2011 in New York this last Fall. You can see what the installation looked like in the second half of this video: ...
  • Blog Post: Kinect for Robotics

    The Kinect sensor is one of the best devices, for its price, to become available for robotics in the last decade. For $150 you get 3D range (distance) data and RGB color (webcam video) data. There is a microphone array thrown in as well. But wait! There’s more. The Kinect can detect people and generate...
  • Blog Post: Announcing Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio 4 Beta

    In my July blog post, we announced the Kinect Services for Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio (RDS) and I promised that we would have some exciting announcements this fall. It is my pleasure to announce the release of RDS 4 Beta available as a free of charge download at Microsoft.com/robotics . It...
  • Blog Post: Announcing Kinect Services for RDS 2008 R3

    These are exciting times for Robotics. It is clear that the convergence of technologies and secular trends will make Robotics relevant to our day to day lives. The availability of Kinect and the work that the Robotics community has been doing the last few months is an example of the energy and the potential...
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