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Vision-Based Control – 17224AME 60656

For course information click below.



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“We don’t actually make robots; what we make are just ‘programmable machines’.”

Startling words from a chief researcher at one of the largest “robot manufacturers” in the world.


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“We don’t actually make robots; what we make are just ‘programmable machines’.”

What does he mean?


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“We don’t actually make robots; what we make are just ‘programmable machines’.”

What does he mean?

Are thesenot robots?


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And what makes ‘programmable machines’.”this a robot?


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Are ‘programmable machines’.”these robots?


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How about this? ‘programmable machines’.”


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“We don’t actually make robots; what we make are just ‘programmable machines’.”

Our research manager is not alone; consider this from the U.S. federal government:


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Committee on the Assessment of Options for Extending the Life of the Hubble Space Telescope, National Research Council, Appendix D, State of the Art in Robotics -- 2005


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“It is … difficult to … control a robotic arm with anything remotely approaching the capabilities of a human being.”


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“Many robots are teleoperated. In anything remotely approaching the capabilities of a human being.”teleoperation, a human operator controls the robot directly.“


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(Why is this a robot, but not this?) anything remotely approaching the capabilities of a human being.”


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The meaning of “robot” has evolved inconsistently. But in any case, our manager was not thinking of the “human in the loop” forms.


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“In spirit, [industrial] robots are closer to machines like programmablelooms or dishwashers than to Hollywood’s R2D2.”



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Manager’s point is that teach/repeat systems don’t have the sensor-based responsiveness most people assume.


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“But all that may change, radically, within a decade.” the sensor-based responsiveness most people assume.


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“But all that may change, radically, within a decade.” the sensor-based responsiveness most people assume.

If this kind of machine has been around for fifty years, why would the research manager say this?


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“But all that may change, radically, within a decade.” the sensor-based responsiveness most people assume.

What would change?

Would the machines be different?


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“But all that may change, radically, within a decade.” the sensor-based responsiveness most people assume.

And what would make the prospect of such a change so exciting for a manufacturer of these machines?


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“But all that may change, radically, within a decade.” the sensor-based responsiveness most people assume.

It has more to do with the way these machines are used. The hardware need not change.


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Consider the motion of this industrial robot. the sensor-based responsiveness most people assume.


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Every part of this impressive motion is “taught” – every part except the loose-bag engagement.


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With the exception of the bag-engage movement, which is visually guided, the action of this machine is successful only if everything in the environment remains in place.


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With the exception of the bag-engage movement, which is visually guided, the action of this machine is successful only if everything in the environment remains in place.


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With the exception of the bag-engage movement, which is visually guided, the action of this machine is successful only if everything in the environment remains in place.


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With the exception of the bag-engage movement, which is visually guided, the action of this machine is successful only if everything in the environment remains in place.


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But the six-degree-of-freedom mechanism is mechanically capable of responding to “as-located” elements anywhere within its workspace.


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Therefore, if the system had the wherewithal to respond to “as-located”, the number of these same mechanisms that could be sold could grow by orders of magnitude.


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