Researchers built a dataset by recording video and audio of 60 common objects as they rolled around a tray. The team captured these interactions using Tilt-Bot — a tray attached to a Sawyer robot arm. Source: CMU
Although humans rely on multiple senses to comprehend the world, robots largely use vision and, increasingly, touch. Carnegie Mellon University researchers this week said they have found that hearing could significantly improve robotic perception.
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