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Laboratory for Advanced Robotics and Computer Control




The lab was established in 1993 to support theoretical and applied motion control research, robotics development, and mechatronics applications.  Currently housed in Room 111 Nuclear Engineering Building on campus, you can find your way by following the neon “ROBOTICS” sign.

Six Degree-Of-Freedom Motion Base

Motion Base Moves

Sea State Five-“Feels Like A Boat!”

Watchin’ TV

Large-Scale Haptics Research

Vortex Rings

Vortex Rings II

Tracking Antenna Research

Advanced John Deere Combine Simulator