All bark, no byte: ASU students create robotic dog
Designed to aid visually impaired humans, a dog-mimicking robot constructed by several Fulton Schools students for their capstone engineering design project uses artificial intelligence and a Go Pro camera to understand verbal commands, communicate directions and evaluate potential hazards for their users. The team’s mechanized canine earned a top prize at the Intel Cup Undergraduate Electronic Design Contest in Shanghai.
See also: Robot dog leads the pack, Science Node, September 12
Dorks Estate: ASU engineering team wins first place with robotic guide dog (podcast), The State Press, September 16
Robotic guide dog leads Arizona State University team to 1st prize at Intel Cup, Association for Computing Machinery Tech News, August 21