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Cog Video Library

  • General Footage
  • Social Interaction
  • Reaching to a Visual Target
  • Head/Eyes/Visual Routines
  • Head/Eye Orientation
  • Saccadic Eye Movement
  • Saccade to Motion
  • Smooth Pursuit Tracking
  • Vestibulo-Occular Reflex
  • Face Detection
  • Eye Finding
  • Imitation of head nods
  • Arms/Motor Control
  • Reflex Withdrawal
  • A Safety Demonstration
  • Cog's New Arms
  • Oscillator-Driven Motor Control

  • The Cog Shop
    MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
    545 Technology Square, #920
    Cambridge, MA 02139

    write to the Cog Documentation Project: cdp@ai.mit.edu
    The Cog shop is pleased to present a number of short video clips that allow you to see Cog in action. These clips are roughly representative of the kinds of tasks that the robot is capable of performing.

    All of the video clips are recorded at a resolution of 320 by 240. The video clips are available in two formats (as Quicktime movies and as MPEG's), and at two frame rates (30 frames per second and 15 frames per second). We suggest that you start by viewing the 15 frames per second clips, since they are smaller and quicker to download.

    All video clips are Copyright, 1997-99, by the Cog Shop, MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. These clips may not be distributed, published, or rebroadcast without prior written consent.



    Representatives of the press who are interested in acquiring further information about the Cog project should contact Elizabeth Thomson, thomson@mit.edu, from the MIT News Office,  http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/www/ .


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