Robot Crush

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A short "what happens when" video--or ongoing series--where we take a bunch of different objects and smash them with our Kuka robotic arm. The idea is that we get footage both in real time and slow motion of the items being crushed to show what's happening when that kind of force is applied. The example video shows CRT televisions up against the robot, but it could apply to a wide range of things. Would be a good way to teach things like basic physics or elementary robotics code if we also included a few simple graphics. General length would be 1 minute or less.

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