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Inventing A New Robot (5)

 Inventing A New Robot
by StudentEngineer 16 years ago
 Re: Inventing A New Robot
by Marcel 16 years ago
 Re: Inventing A New Robot
by Jessica 16 years ago
 Re: Inventing A New Robot
by marcel 16 years ago
 Re: Inventing A New Robot
by Ted Mazelllan 16 years ago
Re: Inventing A New Robot
by DD 16 years ago
 Re: Inventing A New Robot
by nashron 14 years ago
 Re: Inventing A New Robot
by nashron 14 years ago
 Re: Inventing A New Robot
by nashron 14 years ago
 Re: Inventing A New Robot
by nashron 14 years ago
 how can i get a robot
by michael odegbami 15 years ago
 Re: how can i get a robot
by michael odegbami 15 years ago
 Re: Inventing A New Robot
by ralph crouch 16 years ago


The following message (subject: Re: Inventing A New Robot) was posted by DD, on 2/22/2003 2:23:14 AM:
Hallo Jessica .

My principal gripe with robots is that they do the same thing every time , if there was a robot on the market that would , for example , put top spin on two balls followed by chop on the next , and on different areas of the table too , then I would buy that machine !
Robots have limited use , they are mainly for beginners , and as far as I'm aware , no top flight professionals use them , their preference is to practise with tricksy humans . A robot that could accurately mimic human unpredictability would be a massive step forward for table tennis robots , and for the field of robotics too.

Good Luck with your project .
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