GRASP’s ROBOT “PhillieBot” Throws Out First Pitch at Phillies Game

Meet PhillieBot, a one-armed, three-wheeled contraption that
threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the April 22 Phillies game against
the Milwaukee Brewers. It is a robot built by Penn Engineering’s General
Robotics, Automation, Sensing and Perception (GRASP) Laboratory as the headline
attraction for Science Day at the Ballpark. http://alturl.com/xrxht

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