Showcasing ALIZ-E at the Natural History Museum in London.

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From the 9th to the 13th June 2014 the Natural History Museum is hosting the “Universities Week” where many UK universities will be showing their research to the general public. Along with my colleagues Paul Baxter, Joachim De Greeff, James Kennedy, Emily Ashurst and Tony Belpaeme, we will be demonstrating our “Sandtray setup” with the Nao. This is one of the main components in the ALIZ-E integrated system.

Sandtray at the Natural History Museum

Do pop along if you can and see what the wonderful world of robotics (and ALIZ-E, of course) has to offer! 😀

P.S. Thursday the 12th will be a late evening, open until 22:30.

 

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