Lecture 1 | Introduction to Robotics

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Lecture by Professor Oussama Khatib for Introduction to Robotics (CS223A) in the Stanford Computer Science Department. In the first lecture of the quarter, Professor Khatib provides an overview of the course. CS223A is an introduction to robotics which covers topics such as Spatial Descriptions, Forward Kinematics, Inverse Kinematics, Jacobians, Dynamics, Motion Planning and Trajectory Generation, Position and Force Control, and Manipulator Design. Complete Playlist for the Course: www.youtube.com CS 223A Course Website: cse.stanford.edu Stanford University: www.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on youtube: www.youtube.com

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26 thoughts on “Lecture 1 | Introduction to Robotics

  1. Seems interesting until you see the forward kinematics equations. What previous maths skill would be nessesary to better understand the tutorials.

  2. that was interesting . . . . . . . but a bit lenghty , i wish if he could enter to the main concepts fast . . .

    Thanks Staford & thanks Prof. OSSAMA KHATTAB BIN LADEN ๐Ÿ˜€

    just kidding, prof Osama is from Egypt, and I am from Egypt too . . . .

    . . . . . . . .

  3. @zrk9a

    1. Yes, the course is free.

    2. In the Google search box type: Oussama Khatib introduction to robotics. The first link will bring you to the complete course material for download at the bottom of the page.

    3. In the playlist on right side of the present YouTube page there are 16 videos that can be watched. The videos are also available at the iTunes store (free) for download by typing: Introduction To Robotics (by Oussama Khatib), in the search box.

  4. I dont know If I could ever goto Stanford, I realy wish I could. This is awesome and very informative . . . thank you very much for uploading . . . . . . great work

  5. Obviously you are just jealous.
    Especially because of the superiour handwriting of those students who get accepted by these schools.

    My girlfriend goes to Cambridge, guess what: Her parents are poor as hell, living in a small flat, she’s just high intelligence and self-motivation.
    Cambridge supports students even when it comes to payment of living costs and acommodation.
    The education is excellent and EVERY student gets supervision by elder students and professors.

  6. Intro class should be basic as possible b/c u dont know every students level of knowledge, so it good to start with the very basic. Learning is the whole point of college

  7. This introduction is really interesting with some important trends and experiences in Robotics. The lecture is not dificult to follow but it is useful for the beginner.

  8. basicaullyyou dont hace no reason to pay a lot of money to stanford to get a good education. stanford as cambridge and harvard are shit places. the only reason why there so popular is because of the history of prof that went there. and harvard is full of rich people who control the world because there rich and only thats why. yes there maybe smart people at these colleges that because of the thinking that this colleges are the best. but ar not

  9. @Sergiuss555 –“stuff like dupree will not do anything???”
    dude i do a lotta things. . i fuck fuck n FUCK all day n night!!!!! (:

  10. the last time i checked, i was making 125k a year and getting whatever pussy i wanted. by making robots. go back to mcdonalds and get some more trailer trash women.

  11. actually the stuff like dupree will not do anything. cause the only thing he likes is pussies. so he can be killed smoothly.

  12. you’re wrong my friend, the one who studies, who s brain still works and knows beyond diggin tunnels, no robot can replace him cause robots do not think my friend, when robot replaces human in all hard physical works, human s gonna make new jobs that r going to be useful, thats the future

  13. sir i want some information on memory management in robot operating system any book refrence or from any source coz i hav to do my project on that topic.

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