【冬奥会期间,看场机器人滑雪比赛】

【冬奥会期间,看场机器人滑雪比赛】在平昌冬季奥运会期间,机器人在Welli Hilli滑雪胜地参加了自己的“奥运”滑雪比赛,八个机器人队在滑雪机器人挑战赛中争夺10,000美元奖金,他们必须身高超过50厘米,站在两条腿上,肘部和膝盖的关节,有独立的动力系统,并使用滑雪板和杆子。同时主办方表示,未来机器人会有自己的奥运会,这将推动机器人技术的进步。http://www.looooker.com/?p=53134

Robots ski and tumble down the slopes in their own 'Olympics' ski challenge on the sidelines of the Winter Games in Pyeongchang

  • Robots competed in their own 'Olympics' ski challenge at Welli Hilli ski resort 
  • Eight robotics teams competed for a $10,000 prize in the Ski Robot Challenge
  • They had to be more than 50cm tall, stand on two 'legs' with joints resembling elbows and knees, have an independent power system and use skis and poles
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Robots of all shapes and sizes skied, and in some cases tumbled, down a course at the Welli Hilli ski resort

Robots of all shapes and sizes skied, and in some cases tumbled, down a course at the Welli Hilli ski resort

'I heard the Alpine skiing has been postponed again due to wind conditions. That's a pity,' said Lee Sok-min, a member of the winning TAEKWAN-V team.

'Robots are doing fine here,' he said.

The teams had to meet specific requirements for entering a ski-bot.

The bots had to be more than 50 centimetres in height, stand on two 'legs' with joints resembling elbows and knees, have an independent power system and use skis and poles.

The robots were equipped with camera sensors to detect the blue and red flagpoles in their path and turn as they raced down a beginner's hill.

Robot Tae Kwon V skies during the Ski Robot Challenge at a ski resort in Hoenseong, South Korea. 'I heard the Alpine skiing has been postponed again due to wind conditions. That's a pity,' said Lee Sok-min, a member of the winning TAEKWAN-V team

Robot Tae Kwon V skies during the Ski Robot Challenge at a ski resort in Hoenseong, South Korea. 'I heard the Alpine skiing has been postponed again due to wind conditions. That's a pity,' said Lee Sok-min, a member of the winning TAEKWAN-V team

While Alpine skiers fought high winds at the Pyeongchang Games on Monday, there were no such problems for robots competing in their own ski challenge

While Alpine skiers fought high winds at the Pyeongchang Games on Monday, there were no such problems for robots competing in their own ski challenge

Robot TiBo skis during practice at the Ski Robot Challenge at a ski resort in Hoenseong, South Korea, February 12, 2018

Robot Rudolph skies during the Ski Robot Challenge at a ski resort in Hoenseong, South Korea, February 12, 2018. 'I think in the future robots will have their own Winter Games on the sidelines of the Olympics held by humans,' said organiser Kim Dong-uk

Eight robotics teams from universities, institutes and a private company competed for a $10,000 prize in the Ski Robot Challenge

Eight robotics teams from universities, institutes and a private company competed for a $10,000 prize in the Ski Robot Challenge

The bots had to be more than 50 centimetres in height, stand on two 'legs' with joints resembling elbows and knees, have an independent power system and use skis and poles. Robot Alexi is pictured here

The bots had to be more than 50 centimetres in height, stand on two 'legs' with joints resembling elbows and knees, have an independent power system and use skis and poles. Robot Alexi is pictured here

Robot TiBo takes part in the Ski Robot Challenge. The robots were equipped with camera sensors to detect the blue and red flagpoles in their path and turn as they raced down a beginner's hill

Robot TiBo takes part in the Ski Robot Challenge. The robots were equipped with camera sensors to detect the blue and red flagpoles in their path and turn as they raced down a beginner's hill

Robot TiBo skis during practice at the Ski Robot Challenge at a ski resort in Hoenseong, South Korea, February 12. They showed hust how close they are to competing one day against humans

Robot TiBo skis during practice at the Ski Robot Challenge at a ski resort in Hoenseong, South Korea, February 12. They showed hust how close they are to competing one day against humans

'I'm amazed that the robots recognise the flags as they can ski down while avoiding them,' said 12-year-old spectator Son Ki-ryong.

Teams were awarded points for the number of flagpoles avoided and the fastest time to the finish line.

The competition took place at Welli Hilli ski resort, about an hour's drive west of Pyeongchang

The competition took place at Welli Hilli ski resort, about an hour's drive west of Pyeongchang

Robot TiBo takes part in the Ski Robot Challenge at Hoenseong. The challenge is the latest robot-centred event to take place at the Pyeongchang Olympics

Robot TiBo takes part in the Ski Robot Challenge at Hoenseong. The challenge is the latest robot-centred event to take place at the Pyeongchang Olympics

 Organisers said they held the challenge to promote South Korea's robotic technology during the Olympics

 Organisers said they held the challenge to promote South Korea's robotic technology during the Olympics

'I'm amazed that the robots recognise the flags as they can ski down while avoiding them,' said 12-year-old spectator Son Ki-ryong. Pictured here is robot Alexi

'I'm amazed that the robots recognise the flags as they can ski down while avoiding them,' said 12-year-old spectator Son Ki-ryong. Pictured here is robot Alexi

Organisers said they held the challenge to promote South Korea's robotic technology during the Olympics.

'I think in the future robots will have their own Winter Games on the sidelines of the Olympics held by humans,' said organiser Kim Dong-uk.

The challenge is the latest robot-centred event to take place at the Pyeongchang Olympics, after a humanoid robot 'HUBO' helped to carry the torch in December.

A robot takes part in the Ski Robot Challenge at a ski resort in Hoenseong, South Korea, February 12, 2018. Robots of all shapes and sizes skied, and in some cases tumbled, down a course at the Welli Hilli ski resort, an hour's drive west of Pyeongchang

A robot skis during practice as a team member holds on to it using a leash at the Ski Robot Challenge at a ski resort in Hoenseong, South Korea, February 12, 2018

A robot crashes during the Ski Robot Challenge at a ski resort in Hoenseong, South Korea. The majority managed to stay upright and even slalom between the posts

A robot crashes during the Ski Robot Challenge at a ski resort in Hoenseong, South Korea. The majority managed to stay upright and even slalom between the posts

Robot Rudolph takes part in the Ski Robot Challenge at a ski resort in Hoenseong, South Korea. Organisers said they held the challenge to promote South Korea's robotic technology during the Olympics

Robot Rudolph takes part in the Ski Robot Challenge at a ski resort in Hoenseong, South Korea. Organisers said they held the challenge to promote South Korea's robotic technology during the Olympics

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