These grippers have been designed by 2nd year Bachelor students of the ENSAM (École Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Métiers) at Bordeaux.
4 groups of students have been working on this feature for a semester. Then they presented their grippers to a jury of teachers, engineers and researchers. We provide all of their incredible work (zipped files, in french) with the permission of the teams and the teachers.
Access to open source ressources (french)
Poppy Torso is a simplified version of Poppy Humanoid. Cheaper, layable on a desk, it is particularly suitable for classroom use, in fablabs or in all kinds of public events.
About Poppy Project
Poppy is an interdisciplinary platform gathering beginners and experts, scientists, educators, developers and artists, that all share a vision: robots are powerful tools to learn and be creative.
The Poppy community develops robotic creations that are easy to build, customise, deploy, and share.
Credits to :
JLMC Team : Jon BIDART, Louis MOREL, Mickaël AUDUREAU, Clément CAZAUTETS
FiftyFifty Team : Julie DELCAN, Camille POTTIER BONNET, Florian BOURDERES, Clément TURPAIN, Grégory MOINAIN, Yvain TEA
Poppy et les Cafards Team : Tom LOPEZ, Robin GENTY, Thomas BOULEZ, Arthur LANGLOIS
Mission ImPoppy Team : Maria CORDERO, Arnaud PLANTADE, Clément DANCAUSSE, Martin JANY, Bryan DUMAIL, Sébastien BOURGEOIS
Poppy is an interdisciplinary community of beginners and experts, scientists, educators, developers and artists, who all share a vision:
robots are powerful tools to learn and be creative.
The Poppy community develops robotic creations that are easy to build, customize, deploy, and share.
It promotes open-source by sharing hardware, software, and web tools.
The Poppy Project is the work of the research team Flowers from Inria at Bordeaux.
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