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July 18, 2012 AT 9:09 am

Robot Eyes Track Ping Pong Balls

Robot Eyes Track Ping Pong Balls – IEEE Spectrum.

Professor Masatoshi Ishikawa from the University of Tokyo writes in to point us to their latest video. It shows their 1,000-frames-per-second camera using a pan-tilt system to track a ping pong ball. The device is so fast it can always keep the ball in the center of the frame. 


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1 Comment

  1. Wow that’s awesome. Robot eyes are definitely impressive. Our previous project was a Six Axes robot but that was all arms. 🙁

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