25 thoughts on “Robot juggles two ping-pong balls

  1. I think two balls …
    I think two balls wouldn’t fall of this pingpong-bracket, if the height wasnt random.

  2. cool stuff but …
    cool stuff but whats the practical, future applications? excuse my ignorance in computer science/hardware engineering, but isnt the algorithm just essentially :
    track ball -> calculate landing -> move paddle there -> raise in z-coord. by some scalar, k (the random stuff that you describe, ie exert force which is back-calculated). this is probably much easier said than done, but im just curious.

  3. Would it be …
    Would it be possible to apply this system, in a similar fashion, for actually playing a game of ping-pong?

  4. This would be a …
    This would be a delta robot right? Like the mad pick and place robots manufactures use?

  5. @N1Toallin well …
    @N1Toallin well atleast i have better education than you, use proper grammar, “this guy HAS a better job than you”

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  7. ok im studying …
    ok im studying engineer
    so I will say this
    this is such a great job 🙂
    the program that controls this should be awesome
    the only thing is that I think this is not too much useful
    but that doesn´t really care it is awesome
    btw it will be very hard to keep 2 balls jungling
    if you make it more free than it is maybe it could jungle more balls at the same time, but it will need to be faster than this one also I think the 2nd balls is almost completly random to know how it will move on the air

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    ???????? ? ??????? – ????? ??????? ?? ???????? ?????? ??????????? ??????????? ?????? “????” ?? ????? ??????????? ???? ?? ???????? ????????? ???-??.

  9. So this is the new …
    So this is the new century we all were expecting… not living in the moon or driving flying cars….. just robots that juggle ping-pong balls.

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