Program the NAO Robot Using Java

NAO is a humanoid robot, created by Aldebaran Robotics, designed to be fully programmable. This talk introduces its basic software and hardware architecture, shows us how to develop applications using Java bindings and its Choregraphe GUI, then describes how you can become apart of the community and program your own movements for NAO.

Laurent Lec, the companies head of coordinating and releasing software, visited SF Java all the way from Paris to give us an up, close, and personal introduction to this impressive innovation. Not only can NAO move around, respond to you, connect to WiFi, and recognize your face, he can also play soccer like a pro.

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Published March 14, 2014