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Researcher Founds a Robot Soccer Dynasty

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Members of the Carnegie Mellon Sony 4-legged-robot RoboCup team, CMPack'02, which won first place at RoboCup 2002 in Fukuoka, Japan. In the final game, CMPack'02 played against the rUNSWift team from the University of New South Wales, Australia. The game ended with a tie of 3-3, and CMPack'02 won the subsequent penalty shoot out with final score, 5-4.

Credit: CMPack'02 research team: Manuela Veloso, Scott Lenser, Douglas Vail, Maayan Roth, Ashley Stroupe and Sonia Chernova. Video courtesy of Sony.

 

a screenshot of a scrimmage

A screenshot of a scrimmage between Carnegie Mellon's simulation teams from 2000 and 1999. CMUnited'99 was the RoboCup99 simulation champion team and ATTCMUnited'2000 placed third at RoboCup 2000.

Credit: CMUnited'99 and the ATTCMUnited'2000 research team: Peter Stone, Patrick Riley and Manuela Veloso. Screenshot by Patrick Riley.


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member of the 2002 small-size robot league

A member of the Carnegie Mellon's 2002 small-size robot league team, CMDragons'02, which made it to the quarter-finals at RoboCup 2002. The small-size robot teams play soccer with an orange golf ball.

Credit: CMDragons'02 research team: Brett Browning, Manuela Veloso, James Bruce, Michael Bowling and Dinesh Govindaraju. Photo by James Bruce.


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