We present the design and performance evaluation of a bipedal robot that utilizes the Hybrid Leg mechanism.
We demonstrate the effectiveness of our computational design method by automatically creating a variety of robotic manipulators and legged robots.
We present an automated learning environment for developing control policies directly on the hardware of a modular legged robot.
We present a novel computational approach to optimizing the morphological design of robots.
We present a simple two degree of freedom robot that uses a gravity-driven pendulum launch and produces a variety of somersaulting stunts.
We present the hardware design and fabrication of a soft arm and hand for physical human-robot interaction.
This work presents an exploratory user study of human-to-robot handovers. In particular, it examines how changes in a robot behavior influence human participation and the overall interaction.
This work explores social perceptions of robots within the domain of human-to-robot handovers.
This work aims to validate the Robotic Social Attributes Scale (RoSAS) for human-robot interaction.
In this paper, we examine joint torque tracking as well as estimation of external torques for the KUKA Lightweight Robot (LBR) IIWA.
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