‪Students Create ‘JediBot’‬‏ – YouTube

I came across this video today while testing code for a project that I am currently working on. I wish that my computing classes had been as much fun 30 years ago when I was working on my thesis. That said, I did get to work on a 3 dimensional measuring machine intended to validate the specs of  motors for Renault. I quickly learned the difference between computing and physics when we realized in the early trials of our software that not taking inertia into account when controlling the displacements of a ten ton machine was a big mistake…

You can read more about the Stanford projects at the following link:

Students Create ‘JediBot’‬‏ – YouTube.

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3 Responses to ‪Students Create ‘JediBot’‬‏ – YouTube

  1. irenelly21 says:

    This is cool… The students of Stanford University were too smart… Hope you share your knowledge to every youth and to others. More power to all of you guys.

  2. Topher says:

    Why does this have to be the ONLY reliable soucre? Oh well, gj!

    • Alain Chesnais says:

      I don’t remember ever saying that this was the ONLY reliable source ;-) If you and your ACM chapter have content to share please do send this way! I’d love to promote content that our own student chapters have developed!