QUT was host to Robotronica again – and it was amazing!
What a robotics fest it was! The best part was seeing the excitement in the kids eyes when interacting with our robots. It is always great to talk to the public about your research and being able to inspire kids!
If you missed it, here are videos, photos and media coverage of our Naos, Baxter and mobile platforms:
Robots, machines and a real-life cyborg have given curious humans a glimpse of what the world will look like a decade from now.
Thousands flocked to Brisbane’s Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Gardens Point campus for a day of fun, education and discovery at Robotronica.
Adults and children flocked to an event celebrating advances in robotics
Robotronica was held at the Queensland University of Technology
The first government recognised cyborg was a guest at the exciting event
The world’s fastest drummer, who has a robotic arm, also played for guests
(I had the chance to meet Neil Harbisson for a photoshoot with Baxter, awesome guy!)
The robots have arrived, the future is here. The Queensland University of Technology is hosting its Robotronica spectacular today, a one-day free event offering Brisbanites the chance to connect with the latest innovations in robotic technology.
The robot-infested QUT campus is showcasing workshops, live demonstrations, performances and installations, as well as a robot petting zoo.
<– I was showing off our Kinova robotic arm to heaps of kids there, it was great!
In short, the future is bright!