MIT computerized self position-correcting hand router
Drone writes: “Check out this computerized self position-correcting hand router made by Alec Rivers, Ilan E. Moyer, and Frédo Durand of MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.
The plan is to commercialize this. You would upload designs and/or buy designs to upload like apps on a smartphone.
There’s a 6 Mb PDF of a paper on this just presented at the Siggraph 2012 conference you can download at Alec Rivers’s site.
This is one of those “Man slaps forehead and says, ‘why didn’t I think of that’” kind’a things.
Please clone this as the next Dangerous Prototype.”
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