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Hoboken Students Design Elaborate, 3D Printed Robot at Liberty Science Center
From April 19 through the month of May, the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City will be teaming up with the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken for a new exhibit: one of the “fastest-produced, full-upper-torso, 3D-printed robots in the world.”
The robot – which can move, swivel, raise its arms, pick-up items and wiggle its fingers – was created by students at Stevens Institute.
Based on work from French designer Gael Langevin and his InMoov open source project, the robot was transformed by computer-aided design file, according to a news release.
Liberty Science Center has partnered with Stevens Institute of Technology students on a cutting-edge technology display featuring an interactive humanoid robot named SARA (Stevens Artistic Robot Animatron). You can play a few rounds of robot “Simon Says” or take a selfie with SARA. Parts of SARA were designed by a French sculptor, and some parts were made using a 3D printer. The robot’s capabilities include motion tracking, handling objects, and speech—SARA just loves to talk about SARA!
Source: Hoboken Students Design Elaborate, 3D Printed Robot
For more information about the exhibit, visit www.lsc.org