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  • Background ImageWord Art: “SUNY Cortland Robotics Club”, “Anthony D’Amico” - Fill- Red, Accent 2,Matte BevelTransitions: RevealAnimations: “SUNY Cortland Robotics Club”- Random Bars “Anthony D’Amico”- Random Bars
  • Animations: “Why Join?”- Random Bars, “Get Involved with..”- Float In Float Up
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  • Picture: Style- Snip Diagonal Corner White Border- Red, 3pt Artistic Effect- TexturizerAnimations: Image- Random Bars, “ASIMO (service robot)”- Float In Float Up, “ASIMO stands for…”- Float In Float Up, Image Source- Float In Float Up
  • Picture: Style- Bevel Rectangle Border- Red, 3pt Artistic Effect- TexturizerAnimations: Image- Random Bars, “Nano Hummingbird (military robot)”- Float In Float Up, “The Nano Hummingbird is…”- Float In Float Up, Image Source- Float In Float Up
  • Picture: Style- Simple Frame White Border- Red, 3pt Artistic Effect- TexturizerAnimations: Image- Random Bars, “Wakamaru (service robot)”- Float In Float Up, “Wakamaru is a robot…”- Float In Float Up, Image Source- Float In Float Up
  • YouTube VideoAnimations: “Talon (military robot)”- Random Bars
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  • SUNY Cortland Robotics Club
    Anthony D’Amico
    Image Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:PostcardCortlandNYMainSt1906.jpg
  • Why Join?
    Get involved with something
    Great for networking
    Learn about advanced technologies
    Become an expert on robots and their future
    Try to develop your own robot
  • Learn Specifically About
  • Industrial Robots
    Industrial robots perform tasks that are difficult and dangerous. Some of these tasks include lifting heavy objects, handling chemicals, and performing assembly work.
    Image Source:
    http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:KUKA_Industrial_Robots_IR.jpg
  • ASIMO (service robot)
    ASIMO stands for “Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility”. It is the world’s first humanoid robot to be able to walk as dynamically as humans do.
    Image Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:ASIMO_-_Twin_Rink_Motegi.jpg
  • Nano Hummingbird (military robot)
    The Nano Hummingbird is a hand-sized replica of a hummingbird. It is remote controlled, can fly at up to 11 mph, and is equipped with a video camera. It is typically used to spy on certain subjects.
    Image Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Nano_Hummingbird.jpg
  • Wakamaru (service robot)
    Wakamaru is a robot companion. It is designed to be able to live with humans, hold conversations, and even shake hands.
    Image Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Wakamaru_shaking_hands.jpg
  • Talon (military robot)
  • Packbot (military robot)
  • Join Now!
    Fill Me Out!
  • Sources
    IFR. (n.d.). Industrial robot statistics. Retrieved from http://www.ifr.org/industrial-robots/statistics/
    Carnegie Melon. (n.d.). The robot hall of fame: asimo. Retrieved from http://www.robothalloffame.org/04inductees/asimo.html
    Mitsubishi. (n.d.). Who is "wakamaru"?. Retrieved from http://www.mhi.co.jp/en/products/detail/wakamaru_about.html
    AeroVironment. (n.d.). Aerovironment, inc.. Retrieved from http://www.avinc.com/nano