NAO is a programmable humanoid robot from Aldebaran Robotics that is 58 centimeters tall and has a unique combination of hardware and software: It consists of sensors, motors, and software driven by NAOqi, a dedicated operating system. Movement libraries are available through graphics tools such as Aldebaran’s Choregraphe software. You can create elaborate behaviors, access the data acquired by the sensors, and control the robot to give it life. NAO can also be used directly through other programming APIs such as the NAO API for MATLAB.
Key features of the NAO hardware platform:
The NAO MATLAB API allows MATLAB users to send and receive data asynchronously to the robot over a TCP/IP link (wireless or wired) between the host PC and the robot. This allows users to get data from NAO’s sensors and send commands to the various NAO output devices.
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