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May 18, 2016 AT 1:37 pm

‘Ocean One’ is an Underwater Humanoid ROV Robot that Recovered a 17th Century Vase in the Mediterranean

I cannot fit much more awesome into a blog title, and yet this project by Stanford University students deserves so much more – including collision avoidance, haptic feedback, AI and intuition for gripping objects, and so much more. Congrats to everyone involved who not only built Ocean One but completed a successful archaeological mission in the Mediterranean – impressive!

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The first object recovered from La Lune was a vase that hadn't seen air since 1664. Khatib gleefully shared it with his students.


 
Via the NY Times ScienceTake video series; read the Stanford press release here and check out the project website here.


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