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mauro.laurenti
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PostPosted: Fri May 08, 2009 10:45 am    Post subject: Artorius Humanoid Robot
Subject description: New robot design
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Dear All,

Let me introduce myself:

I'm Mauro Laurenti an Italian guy forgotten in Germany...but some time I got lost in USA as well!

I would like to share with you my last project that has been developed thinking in terms of a world wide community, so I have done it in English.

Project: Artorius Humanoid Robot

All the documentation can be found in the fallowing link www.laurtec.com/artorius

The project is quite nice and complex, but I'm a believer...and great things can be done with a community.

Looking forward for your feedback,

Regards,

Mauro Laurenti
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