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Robots that adapt to damage in a few minutes


Robots could help our society in many types of situation, for example searching for survivors after a natural disaster or alerting the fire services in the event of a forest fire. But they will always be confined to research laboratories until they are able to continue operating when damaged. Researchers from the Institute for Intelligent Systems and Robotics (CNRS/UPMC) and the Lorraine Laboratory of Research in Computer Science and its Applications (CNRS/Inria/University of Lorraine) are showing how robots can automatically adapt to damage in less than two minutes. Their results were published in the 28 May 2015 issue of Nature.


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Plate with a sample of a striped surface produced using Procedural Phasor Noise Plate with a sample of a striped surface produced using Procedural Phasor Noise - © Inria/T.Tricard

3D printing

An algorithm for creating high-contrast irregular patterns

Mediathena - 22/07/2019

How can we digitally recreate the unevenness of tree bark, sand or roughcasting in such a way that they appear natural? The answer comes from the MFX (Inria Nancy-Grand Est and Loria) and Maverick (Inria Grenoble) project teams, who worked together to develop an innovative algorithm capable of generating such patterns on surfaces. An upgrade on the previous standard in the field (Gabor Noise), Procedural Phasor Noise is set to be unveiled at the international conference SIGGRAPH 2019, and will enable users to generate complex patterns with previously unachievable levels of control. Designed for 3D printing, it will also make it easier to manufacture composite materials whose physical properties may vary depending on the direction.


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