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Robotics Research
I love innovation. I just love to see ideas turn into reality. I love this concept that if a group of people really work on a problem, they can sometimes solve it. I also love robots. I don’t know why exactly, I just think they are so cool. I remember watching the Jetsons with my...
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What can water tell us about ourselves? What does water have to do with robotics? Autism? Dr. Masaru Emoto learned that by crystalizing water molecules after such things as thought, music, words and prayer. What he found is amazing.
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BiBli is a robot that has been design by students – for students. It is the first low-cost, truly intelligent, mobile-social education and teaching robot.  
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Robots are fun. They can be engaging. They can also be really helpful. One of the reasons is that as humans we tend to think of them differently. We know they are computers but in a way they are more than that. Introducing BiBli 0.2. Low-cost, intelligent and fun. And did I mention made by...
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There are a few things to be excited about this spring. The first is spring itself. Robots don’t like the snow! The second is Denver Comic Con happening this May 23-25. ROBAUTO will be working in conjunction with the Colorado Department of Education and the Longmont Public Library to exhibit a funny, 2-way communicating ‘selfie’ robot...
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We’ve been working lately with the team at the Longmont (Colorado) Public Library to create an program that enables the local community to create new devices and robots for use in making the library more accessible. It’s part of an overall project to make the library more open to individuals and their families on the...
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The robots are coming to Longmont Public Library as part of a new program designed to open up access and teach robotics engineering skills to students and families within the local autism community. The library will serve as a hub and teaching center and ultimately students will have have the opportunity to design and build a...
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Join us Tuesday March 4, 2014 at New Tech Boulder (6 PM Wolff Law Building CU Boulder) to learn about ONE, a crowdsourced robot for healthcare. A few scrapes and bruises after the initial autism pilots but loaded with new software, camera and sound system.
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