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Soon after the development of the ping-pong robot began, Omron engineers were able to make the robot move the paddle based on the calculations of the sensor and controller.
But no matter how many times it tried, the robot kept missing the ball. It couldn’t even return the ball to the opponent. If a human player is playing with another human player, it is rather easy to maintain a ping-pong rally. However, an extremely high level of technology is required if a rally is to be maintained between a human player and a machine.
The ball a player hits is first detected by the sensor, which then calculates how it should be returned. The controller then controls the robot so as to hit the ball according to the calculated data. This control is extremely precise, with a resolution of 1/1,000 of a second.
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The Axon Flex 2 is a camera system incorporating an audio and video recording device. This camera is designed for use in tough environmental conditions encountered in law enforcement, corrections, military, and security activities. The Axon Flex 2 camera is designed to record events for secure storage,
retrieval, and analysis via Evidence.com services. The recorded events are transferred to your storage solution via the Axon Dock, or by using Evidence Sync software installed on a Windows computer.
The Axon Flex 2 camera has 2 operating modes designed to accommodate the needs of law enforcement, corrections, security, and the military. The default mode, or BUFFERING mode, provides pre-event buffering to capture activities that occur prior to the user activating the EVENT mode. In addition, the Axon View application enables playback of footage on a smart device for review prior to storing the data.