It’s been a long time coming, but Aldebaran Robotics has finally got around to creating a self-charging station for their humanoid robot NAO.
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Virginia Tech and UPenn roboticists are preparing their DARwIn-OPs and NAOs for RoboCup 2011.
A video showcasing the capabilities of the Webots simulation software.
NAO gets some new abilities thanks to researchers at Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg’s Humanoid Robots Lab.
The DARwIn-OP faced the NAO for the first time at RoboCup US Open 2011 in late April.