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The Neck of Pinobo, a Low-cost Compliant Robot

Abstract : We introduce in this paper a robotic neck with 3 degrees of freedom. The Pinobo’s neck has three important features: open source software, solid, and easy to made. This early prototype is light, fast and compliant. After explaining how to build the Pinobos neck, we analyze the different properties of this system in order to obtain a robust controller. Pinobo is equipped with several sensors such as accelerometers, gyrometers and voltage of its motors. The robot is designed for students and researchers for scanning environment, stabilizing a head or interacting with humans.
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Arnaud Blanchard, Djamel Mebarki. The Neck of Pinobo, a Low-cost Compliant Robot. Living Machines 2018, Jul 2018, Paris, France. ⟨hal-01806190⟩



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