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  • Final projects:
Final Project 10-1a: Create a robot that can climb stairs. (Caitlyn Bishop)
Final Project 10-1b: Create a robot that can climb stairs carrying a box. (Iain Portalupi)
Final Project 10-1c: Create a robot that can climb stairs. (Katelin Smith)
Final Project 10-1d: Create a robot that can climb stairs. (Madison Harris)
Final Project 10-1e: Create a robot that can climb stairs. (Victor Troiano)
Final Project 10-2: Create a robot that can climb a ladder(Lance Topper)
Final Project 10-2a: Create a robot that can climb a ladder(Tosha Hawley)
Final Project 10-3a: Create a robot that can wriggle through a small gap. (Danielle Steimke)
Final Project 10-3b: Create a robot that can wriggle through a small gap. (Evan Gould)
Final Project 10-4: Which evolves to walk further: The quadruped we created, a quadruped with two legs each on opposite sides, or a hexapod with three legs each on opposite sides? (Brendan McOmber)
Final Project 10-5: Create a robot that can jump in the air and do a flip. (John Brennan)
Final Project 10-6: Evolve a robot to win at skee-ball. (Chris Young)
Final Project 10-7: Which evolves to walk further: A quadruped whose body is low to the ground, or a quadruped whose body is high off the ground? (Harrison Wolf)
Final Project 10-8: Which evolves to walk further: Looking at Leg Positioning vs Distance Traveled. (Colum Smith)
Final Project 10-9: Evolve a robot to walk towards an object and pick it up. (Ryan Merewether)
Final Project 10-10:Evolving a robot that moves forward efficiently, while using the least possible amount of energy (Aaron Morton)
Final Project 10-11: Which evolves to walk further: our quadruped robot, or a hexapod robot? (Joey Palchak)
Final Project 10-12: Creating a random terrain generator and evolving more robust controllers. (Griffin Jones)
Final Project 10-13: Which evolves to walk further: a quadruped using the original ANN or a CTRNN. (Alex Hill)
Final Project 10-14: Which robot moves a ball better, a quadruped robot or a tripod robot? (Hunter Brochu)
Final Project 10-15: Which evolves to jump higher: a quadrupedal or octopedal robot? (Colin Luther)
Final Project 10-16: Robot to roll down hills. (Will Bergen)
Final Project 10-17: Create a robot that can walk up an icy hill. (Jackson Maslow)
Final Project 10-18: Evolving a walking gait in a terrain that changes every generation (Conrad Beckmann)
Final Project 10-19: Evolve a robot that can jump over objects in its path. (Mariko Totten)
Final Project 10-20: Evolving a Team to Find an Injured Person (Michael Fickes)
Final Project 10-21a: Evolving a Softbody Inchworm Gait (Reality Gap) (Fritz Davenport)
Final Project 10-21b: Evolving a Softbody Inchworm Gait (Physics Simulation) (Jessica Lindle)
Final Project 10-22: Visualization that Best Visualizes Robot's Behavior in Static Image (Scott Moran)
Final Project 10-23: Cross-Modal Perception (Karol Zieba)
Final Project 10-24: Minimally complex biped with anticipatory postural adjustment (Roman Popov)
Final Project 10-25: Evolving neural network with different evolutionary algorithms (Benjamin Mass)
Final Project 10-26: Active Categorical Perception with and without Touch Sensors (Jonathan Carter)
Final Project 10-27: Minimal Cognition with Kinematic Simulation in Bullet (David Buckingham)
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