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August 8, 2011 AT 11:14 am

Chiara Plays the Piano

This video goes step by step on how the Chiara robot learns the layout of a keyboard and then plays Ode to Joy.

Chiara itself is an open source educational robot developed by Carnegie Mellon University. It runs a free programming language called Tekkotsu, and this particular demo was put together by Ashwin Iyengar, a high school student. Nicely done, Ashwin, and good choice of music.

Tekkotsu also supports other robots/hardware like Lynxmotion Arms, iRobot Create, and even the Aibos.

Via IEEE Spectrum


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2 Comments

  1. apparently the robot is very good at it, YouTube geoblocked the video because it contains content by UMG Music. Impressive 🙂

  2. Works for me still.

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