The da Vinci Surgical system provides surgeons with a natural extension of their eyes and hands into a patient to perform over 500,000 life-saving, minimally invasive surgeries every year.
da Vinci Si - Gen 3
The da Vinci Si upgraded the vision system to stereoscopic 3DHD and provided the capability for two surgeons to work together during a procedure.
Google Gen 3 Self-Driving Car
The "koala", as it is affectionally known, is designed from the ground up to be an unquestionably safe, level 4, low speed vehicle. You can see them on a regular basis cruising the streets of Mountain View, CA.
Google Street View
Google Street View is a technology featured in Google Maps and Google Earth that provides seamless, panoramic views from millions of locations in the world.
Mars Exploration Rover
Spirit and Opportunity are two robots developed for the Mars Exploration Rovers program at NASA. Opportunity has driven further than any other vehicle outside Earth.
Curiosity is the latest Mars rover, arriving on the red planet on August 6, 2012. Its mission to search for water and signs of life has been extended indefinitely.
Google Image Search
Google Image Search is an incredibly powerful search engine powered by machine learning to find any image your heart desires.
ImageNet is the preeminent global competition for vision researchers. Members of our team have participated in, and won, this competition.
The Google Nexus devices provided a stunning camera and performance in an elegant form.
Segway is a personal mobility transportation platform designed to revolutionize the way we move around the world. Pictured here is an experimental four-wheeled version of the platform known as the Segway Centaur.
The Segway Puma was developed in conjunction with GM as an exploration of urban mobility. It spawned a series of concept vehicles at GM known as the ENV platform.
Project Tango was an accurate positioning system based on exciting sensor technology encapsulated in a compact consumer product (tablet and phone).
The Home Exploring Robotic Butler (HERB) is a mobile manipulation robot designed to research home automation tasks. It was initially developed at Intel Research.
Glass was an incredibly complex, novel imaging and display device wrapped in a very compact body.
The CMU Highly Intelligent Mobile Platform (CHIMP) combines some of the best features of humanoid and wheeled platforms. It won third place in the DARPA Robotics Challenge in 2015.
Boss is a self-driving Chevy Tahoe that was developed by the Carnegie Mellon University Tartan Racing team. It won the 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge.
Groundhog is a robot developed for autonomously exploring and mapping abandoned underground coal mines. It was sent into an abandoned mine for the first time on October 30, 2003.
Helios was a solar and fuel-cell-system-powered unmanned aerial vehicle developed for long-term, high-altitude atmospheric research and communications.