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Simulation Technology to Demonstrate Chess and Tic Tac Toe Playing Robotics by V-REP

This video shows an ABB IRB360 robot playing chess and Tic Tac Toe with three other robots. All 4 robots use image processing (blob detection) to track their opponent's moves. Robots play Tic Tac Toe on the first board by drawing circles or crosses with marker pens. On the second Tic Tac Toe board, robots play by milling material away. The original IRB360 and IRB140 CAD models are courtesy of ABB Robotics. There is however no link of any kind between ABB and V-REP or this simulation. The original Kuka YouBot CAD model is courtesy of Kuka. The hexapod robot model is courtesy of Lyall Randel. The chess figures are courtesy of J-m@n ( ).

Run time - 3:41 minutes.

Robotics Simulator: V-REP Simulation of Chess and Tic Tac Toe Playing Robots

Description and video courtesy of V-REP.

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