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Rethink and Rod afforded me a great privilege: Here's a rough summary based on my quick notes Rod, correct me if I make any egregious mistakes: Hardware and Software Details: In terms of sensing, you have the 5 cameras, some ultrasound sensors, kinematics, and joint torques.
Why no 3D sensing a la the Kinect or depth cameras? How extensible is your hardware? There are 5 cameras: There's also the degree sonar ring eg. Plus the kinematics and torques.
We wanted to integrate a Kinect-like sensor, but it debuted too late in the development process. We knew that this platform would be popular with researchers. The gripper is exchangeable.
The entire system is self-contained -- no bulky external boxes [Travis: I'm looking at you, Kuka! We're running off a quad-core Intel machine, so there's plenty of computation.
We've also included USB and ethernet onboard, so extensibility shouldn't be a problem. On the software front? We plan to release a SDK to allow researchers to modify the system. It will be based on ROS. I'm a mobile manipulation guy Not in this version.
First, we already had a lot of complexity in DoF worth of arms. Wouldn't have guessed it was that low.
Building a quick plug-and-play mobile base for research labs could be a nice little startup opportunity! Lots of labs will want 'em.
OK, my one real gripe about existing hardware: Mechanical complexity and cost tradeoff. To keep the price reasonable, we have some clever gearboxes designs In the press release, it says Baxter can "Apply common sense to its environment. What does that even mean?
We don't mean "common sense" from a Marvin Minsky-like strong AI perspective. Baxter's "execution" application consists of a series of behavior-based systems. During "training," the robot detects task-relevant features and uses it to build up the behavior based system.The Incentive Investment Plan (IIP) is Baxter’s (k) plan and is a great way to help employees save for the future.
Employees can enroll in the plan the first of the month following 30 days of service and choose the amount of pre-tax savings—from 1 percent to 50 percent of pay (subject to limits under federal law).
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