Georgia Tech Helps to Bring Robotics to the Masses
Despite seeping into nearly every industry around the world, the field of robotics has a major problem: accessibility. That’s where Georgia Tech’s Robotarium comes in. They have a platform where academics and amateurs, students and hobbyists, or anyone that wants to move beyond simulations in order to test theories on swarm robotics using physical robots can do so at no cost.
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