UJI Online Robot
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The UJI Online Robot is a robot library tool that was created at University Jaume I, Spain in 2004. It consists of a robot with three cameras that enable a user to remotely control pickup and placement operations of objects located on a board. The robot is capable of taking voice orders from users, locating, and retrieving books.
- "Learning Visual Servoing Techniques by Remotely Programming an Internet Tele-Lab"
- Vita of Raul Marin, one of the creators of the robot Lists several publications describing the robot.
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