Maiden voyage of Stanford’s humanoid robotic diver recovers treasures from King Louis XIV’s …

OceanOne, a new humanoid robotic diver from Stanford, explores a 17th century shipwreck. (Image credit: Frederic Osada and Teddy Seguin/DRASSM) April 27, 2016Maiden voyage of Stanford’s humanoid robotic diver recovers treasures from King Louis XIV’s wrecked flagship The robot, called OceanOne, is powered by artificial intelligence and haptic feedback systems, allowing human pilots an unprecedented ability to explore the depths of the oceans in high fidelity. Facebook Twitter Email By Bjorn Carey Oussama Khatib held his breath as he swam through the wreck of La Lune, 100 meters below the Mediterranean. The flagship of King Louis XIV sank here in 1664, 20 miles off the southern coast of France, and no human had touched the ruins – or the countless treasures and artifacts the ship once carried – in the…


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