RoboCup Soccer 2010 finals show impressive realism
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The World Cup may still be ongoing, but RoboCup 2010 in Singapore has just ended with some awesome autonomous action. In the end it was down to two German teams, the Darmstadt Dribblers and the FUmanoids. The action looks even more real this year as both android teams have learned diving and toeing. I don’t know about you but I could watch this stuff all day. Another video below of DARwin-LC, the humanoid from Virginia Tech’s RoMeLa, which costs about $2,500.