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* CLAWAR 2011. iCub will be the focus of a workshop organized jointly with Clawar (see [http://clawar2011.isir.upmc.fr/index.php?z=8&perma=workshop_icub the website]
  
 
* VES 2008. iCub in the ISIR-UPMC stand at the [http://www.villeeuropeennedessciences.fr/uk/index.htm European city of Science] expo, in Paris (see the [http://vpadois.free.fr/envrac/iCub_movie_ves08_medium_res.avi video] - with French comments)
 
* VES 2008. iCub in the ISIR-UPMC stand at the [http://www.villeeuropeennedessciences.fr/uk/index.htm European city of Science] expo, in Paris (see the [http://vpadois.free.fr/envrac/iCub_movie_ves08_medium_res.avi video] - with French comments)

Revision as of 12:11, 4 August 2011

MACSi Project

The MACSi Project is a developmental robotics project based on the iCub humanoid robot. It is funded an as ANR Blanc project from 2010 to 2012.

The MACSi Project

Technical informations needed to run iCub in ISIR Lab

If you have your own pc-desktop or laptop and you want to install all the software you need for developing, running the simulator, and eventually test your applications on the robot, you may need to look at the iCub Manual. Just follow the instructions! If you need a more "verbose" guide to the installation, read here.

A list of the steps needed to run the robot is available and updated as often as possible:

  • old configuration: here
  • new configuration (full documentation is work in progress): here
  • script files and demos: here
  • libraries and environment variables: here
  • parameters for cameras: here

Printable information:

  • A short guide for installing iCub simulator in Ubuntu: pdf

iCub diary

If you want to know what happened to the iCub during these years, you can read this page.

Events

  • CLAWAR 2011. iCub will be the focus of a workshop organized jointly with Clawar (see the website
  • ICT 2008. iCub meets its cousin from IIT in Lyon



Acknowledgments for this guide: Serena Ivaldi, Camille Salaun, Guillame Sicard