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Robots not only can be useful, but also can entertain. From the robot fountains at Bellagio to humanoid figures and Jurassic park dinosaurs, Sarcos has applied new technology to make things move in complex and entertaining ways. Major improvements in the cost and reliability of sensors and actuators have made these projects possible; improvements that also apply to more practical work in robots for demanding and dangerous tasks. Along the way we've learned much about the behavior of people interacting with robots - our engineers, our artists, our clients and their audiences.

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Asynchronous Circuits and Systems, 2007. ASYNC 2007. 13th IEEE International Symposium on

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March 2007