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Stanford University developed a humanoid robot ideal to find treasures at the bottom of the sea.

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Just a few months ago, Oussama Khatib, of the Stanford UniversityProfessor, had the opportunity to lead an expedition that started with the goal of rescuing the remains of the ship ‘La Lune‘, a ship of Luis XIV that sank there by the 17TH century. To carry out this work, rather than using the traditional methods, Professor Oussama Khatib decided to develop, together with his team, a diver humanoid robot which named as OceanOne.

Among the features that make this robot one of the most interesting for this type of work options, highlight that it is exemplified best of remotely operated vehicles with the advantages that presents the robot Humanoids such as having a hand very similar to a human to be saved objects in a much more natural way to the driver.

OceanOne, a robot humanoid specially designed for underwater exploration.

Thanks to these features the project of the University of Stanford led to out by Oussama Khatib puts solution to one of them main problems of them current robots underwater and is that, while feature with arms robotic, these tend to have very few degrees of freedom, all it contrary to what offer them current robot humanoid that gradually are being developed.

As detail, comment you that to get develop to OceanOne, them responsible of the project of the University of Stanford decided to search collaboration with one of them centers specialized more relevant of the time as can be the University of science and technology King Abdullah, located in Saudi Arabia.

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