Over the years, we have perfected our bee tracking system “BeesBook” and altough we haven’t really advertised, a few bee (and ant) people have approached us for help setting up BeesBook systems in Germany, Australia, China and the USA. If… Continue Reading
Tim presented his idea about cars charging cars at a TEDx conference in Vicenza! TEDxVicenza is one of the largest TEDx events in Europe with a live audience of 1000 people and up to 15000 watching the livestream. The theme of… Continue Reading
Franziska presented the lab’s bee projects at “Aktion Bien”, a bee-centered workshop for teachers. Her 2 hours talk on our robotic bee, our bee tracking system, the NeuroCopter and electric cars was very well received! TV report included!
Tim has broken his patella playing soccer and so tonight, Ben will be representing the lab at Hybrid Encounters, an event series of the Hybrid Plattform and the Schering Stiftung. Argentinean artist Tomás Saraceno will present some of his work… Continue Reading
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We just got back from our first group retreat on Lanzarote! We have had an intense time to learn about each of our projects in depth – we discussed our favorite topics (collective intelligence, machine learning and robotics), wrote papers… Continue Reading
Digital Trends published an article on our on dancing RoboBee!
New Scientist features our waggle dancing “RoboBee”! Check out the article’s video teaser!
From bees feeding bees to cars charging cars: our new project needed help to assess how valuable this technology actually is for electric car owners and businesses. We were invited to pitch the project idea to business students of ESCP… Continue Reading
We submitted a long due manuscript that presents the results of our work with the dancing honeybee robot “RoboBee” to arXiv. We show that the robotic dancer attracted bees, elicited “dance-following”, a stereo-typical behavior that bees perform, presumably to decode… Continue Reading