Welcome to this unit to Vision Basics in ROS part two follow a line so in previous unit you learned the like the very very basics of blob tracking so in this unit you do similar block tracking but using now OpenCV and learning the basics of using OpenCV in… Continue Reading [ROS Tutorials] ROS Perception Unit2# Follow Line with OpenCV (Python)

Why did you do that? Let’s get going! We will time to grieve later. Yeah. You goddamn right. Come on! Come on! Here’s to being human All the pain and suffering There’s beauty in the bleeding At least you feel something I wish I knew what it was like To… Continue Reading GTA V: Great Thought Angel V

Oh God, I just started a fire! Quick! Let’s scream right next to it unstoppably until the firefighter shows up! Wait what? The house doesn’t have any chairs nor dining tables? Well then toilet it is! OH NO LOOK OUT OLD LADY A CAR!! Uhh nevermind So your dad’s soul… Continue Reading The Sims Logic (Ep.1): Sims 3

hi and welcome to this last unit of this course in perception for ROS in Robot Ignite Academy platform in this unit we are – we are going to talk about people tracking so people tracking is a very important skill for robots that interact with people especially in public… Continue Reading [ROS Tutorials] ROS Perception #Unit6: People Tracking

hi and welcome to this unit three flat surface and object recognition of this course perception for us in Robot Ignite so first of all and thank you for your support if if you like the videos please leave a thumbs up and subscribe if you want to know more… Continue Reading [ROS Tutorials] ROS Perception #Unit3: Object Recognition and flat surfaces

So this is a bio-inspired robot project. We are doing a flying squirrel robot, so our robot’s going to have two basic modes. One is a hopping mode—like it’s going to be hopping on the ground. The other one is a gliding mode. So whenever the robot detects a cliff,… Continue Reading 24-775 Robot Design and Experimentation: Flying Squirrel

Hi everyone. I am Ehsan Karim from University of British Columbia. The title of my research project is “The Performance of Statistical Learning Approaches to Construct Inverse Probability Weights in Marginal Structural Cox Models: A Simulation-based Comparison” Here is the outline of the brief description of my research project. First… Continue Reading Marginal Structural Models MSM fitting via Machine Learning: Statistics on Reels

Today, we are going to have a close look at a cellular automaton. This is an episode divided between computer science, mathematics, and physics where I will present a little-known cellular automaton with remarkable properties. Be patient, and we will build this automaton step by step and review some physical… Continue Reading Automate Cellulaire – Passe-science #23

So Howard tells me that all of the slides from the presentations today will be posted online, so don’t be worried about taking screenshots and trying to keep up because what I’m about to attempt to do is cram 10 person years of work into a 20 minute talk. So… Continue Reading DData18: How Machine Learning Fuels Diabetes Industry Solutions