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Video Archives

AIC Scheduling Environment:Pisces
The Aic Scheduling Environment is a mixed initiative scheduling system

APGD
The Automatic Population of Geospatial Databases work dealt with rapid 3D modeling of sites from multiple image sources.
RealVideo (17.9 MB)

Centibots - demo 1 - large
This movie is part of the Centibots project and shows the first experiment with 25 robots.
MOV

Centibots - demo 1 - small
This movie is part of the Centibots project and shows the first experiment with 25 robots.
MOV

Centibots - demo 2 - small
This is the second demonstration of the Centibots project using 50 robots. The area used for this demonstration was over 24,000 sq/feet.
MOV

Centibots - Distributed mapping
This movie is part of the Centibots project, and show the mapping of 12,000 sq/feet using 5 robots.
MOV (150MB)

CME
The Cartographic Modeling Environment (CME) formed part of the RADIUS Testbed for deriving, editing, and viewing 3D cartographic models. This work has continued from the late 1980’s through to current day.
RealVideo (15.4MB)

CommandTalk - Full
CommandTalk allows military commanders to control simulated forces using spoken English commands.
AVI (140.7 MB)

CommandTalk - Short
CommandTalk allows military commanders to control simulated forces using spoken English commands.
AVI (13.1 MB)

Douglas Engelbart
Douglas C. Engelbart, along with a group of 17 researchers in the Augmentation Research Center at SRI, invented a number of technologies we now take for granted, including the computer mouse.
N/A

Emma: Your Event Management Assistant
Emma is a personalized calendar management assistant. It interfaces with commercial calendaring tools and offers state-of-the-art algorithms for scheduling, negotiation, and personalization. This video introduces and explores the Emma system
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Flakey - Corridor Run
Flakey is SRI’s autonomous mobile robot that was featured on PBS with Alan Alda in 1994 as part of the Scientific American Frontiers series.
MPEG(1 MB)

Flakey - Fuzzy Controller
Flakey is SRI’s autonomous mobile robot that was featured on PBS with Alan Alda in 1994 as part of the Scientific American Frontiers series.
RealVideo(18.5MB)

Meeting Chronicler
SRI’s real-time tracker is applied to chronicling meeting events. 3D stereo data from three video cameras are processed to detect, track, and localize people moving in a room.
QuickTime (10.1 MB)

Open Agent Architecture Automated Office
The OAA is a framework for integrating and controlling a community of heterogeneous software agents. It has been used to build a series of multimodal demos.
AVI (7.2 MB)

Open Agent Architecture MAESTRO
The OAA is a framework for integrating and controlling a community of heterogeneous software agents. It has been used to build a series of multimodal demos.
RealVideo (1 MB)

Open Agent Architecture Multimodal Map
The OAA is a framework for integrating and controlling a community of heterogeneous software agents. It has been used to build a series of multimodal demos.
AVI (4.7 MB)

Open Agent Architecture TravelMATE
The OAA is a framework for integrating and controlling a community of heterogeneous software agents. It has been used to build a series of multimodal demos.
RealVideo (2.8 MB)

RADIUS
The Cartographic Modeling Environment (CME) formed part of the RADIUS Testbed for deriving, editing, and viewing 3D cartographic models. This work has continued from the late 1980’s through to current day.
RealVideo (15.4MB)

Robot Navigation - 3D Depth
Robot vision and navigation work at SRI includes extracting 3D information from stereo and sonar sensors, and building a consistent model of the environment.
AVI(19.7 MB)

Robot Navigation - Mapping
Robot vision and navigation work at SRI includes extracting 3D information from stereo and sonar sensors, and building a consistent model of the environment.
MPG (6MB)

Shaken
SHAKEN enables subject matter experts to assemble the models of processes and mechanisms, without aid from AI technologists, so that questions about them can be answered using declarative inference and simulation.
QuickTime (34.5) MB

Shakey
Shakey was one of the first autonomous mobile robots, built at the AI Center during 1966-1972. This film, SHAKEY: Experimentation in Robot Learning and Planning, was produced by Peter Hart and Nils Nilsson around 1969.
RealVideo (91.7MB)

TerrainCalc - Phoenix
TerrainCalc was, we believe, the first ever computer program to generate 3D terrain fly throughs. This work was done in 1984 by Lynn Quam and included support for anaglyph stereo animations.
RealVideo (11.3MB)

TerrainCalc - Yosemite
TerrainCalc was, we believe, the first ever computer program to generate 3D terrain fly throughs. This work was done in 1984 by Lynn Quam and included support for anaglyph stereo animations.
RealVideo(17.7MB)

TerraVision Flythrough
TerraVision is a system for browsing massive terrain databases over the Web in 3D. The work began back in 1992 as part of the MAGIC project.
AVI (25.9)

TerraVision MAGIC I
TerraVision is a system for browsing massive terrain databases over the Web in 3D. The work began back in 1992 as part of the MAGIC project.
RealVideo (11.9MB)

UCAV - Long
The UCAV project is concerned with distributed continuous planning and execution in autonomous vehicles. These videos were produced in 2002.
AVI (110 MB)

UCAV - Short
The UCAV project is concerned with distributed continuous planning and execution in autonomous vehicles. These videos were produced in 2002.
MOV(50MB)

Will Robots Take Over? episode, from the PBS Archive
Flakey is SRI’s autonomous mobile robot that was featured on PBS with Alan Alda in 1994 as part of the Scientific American Frontiers series.
N/A

Yosemite (Mono Flight)
TerrainCalc was, we believe, the first ever computer program to generate 3D terrain fly throughs. This work was done in 1984 by Lynn Quam and included support for anaglyph stereo animations.
MPEG (1.2MB)

Yosemite (Stereo Flight)
TerrainCalc was, we believe, the first ever computer program to generate 3D terrain fly throughs. This work was done in 1984 by Lynn Quam and included support for anaglyph stereo animations.
MPEG (1.2MB)

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