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Friday 18 July: third round robin automatic forfeit.

Today's third round robin game ended in an automatic forfeit. Most of us came out of bed early to participate in the game which should have started around 8 o'clock in the morning. But with the team not appearing we did have the field for our own to test the vision and made some good progress with it.

Thursday 17 July: Team foto

Today we finally had some time for the team foto. Although the picture was shot by Tomas it was an expensive picture because one of the motor encoders got damaged.

Note that this is only the china team and not the complete team. Click on the image for a larger version.

Wednesday 16 July: Standing stable

This morning we were able to make TUlip stand stable! All 12 degrees of freedom can now be initalized normally. We will now continue on making the robot walk.

 

 

 

Robofish soccer

Movie of a test of another team

Report of the first days (Dutch only)

Verslag van de eerste dagen door Philip.

Article in Bits&Chips magazine

Bits&Chips is a Dutch magazine on the hightech industry. In their latest issue, it featured an in-depth article on the Dutch Robotics' TUlip robot.

The article can be found here (in Dutch).

'Scientific Blogging' article on Dutch Robotics' dynamic walking techniques

The quality science blog 'Scientific Blogging' wrote an article on the dynamic walking techniques for robots that Daan Hobbelen developed at TU Delft. Dutch Robotics is implementing these techniques in their soccer robots.

Scientific Blogging: 'Flame Is A Robot But Walks Like A Human - And Soccer Playing TUlip Is Coming Next'

The story was also picked up by (amongst others): FOXNews.com, LiveScience.comPhysOrg, GizModo, ScienceDailyInnovations report, Bio-medicine.org, Tweakers.net.

TU Delft press release: 'TU Delft robot Flame walks like a human'

TU Delft released a news article on the dynamic walking behaviour of Flame, a robot developed by Daan Hobbelen at TU Delft. Dutch Robotics is implementing these techniques in their soccer robots.

TU Delft: 'TU Delft robot Flame walks like a human'

Dutch Robotics team description paper for Robocup 2008

This paper was written for Robocup 2008 and describes the TULip soccer robot.

Dutch Robotics Team description paper for Robocup 2008 (PDF)

 

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