University of Adelaide built a robot spider to scan Australia’s Naracoorte Caves | Engadget

The team that worked on the project hopes a new generation of engineering students will continue to work on the robot. One day, they'd like to see it take advantage of technologies like computer vision AI to make it better at its job.Please enter a valid email address The project, called CaveX, saw the group create 15 iterations of the model you see above before they settled on a final design. Recently, a group of students from the University of Adelaide built a robot to complete a 3D scan of the site. The national park is an UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its stalactites, stalagmites and prehistoric fossils. "That will help us enhance the range of knowledge on the fossils that are here." In the southeast of South Australia lie the Naracoorte Caves.
In the southeast of South Australia lie the Naracoorte Caves. The national park is an UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its stalactites, stalagmites and prehistoric fossils. Recently, a group of s… [+1044 chars]