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Developers Square off on HTML5 and Robotics
HTML5 and robotics
Some feel HTML5 needs more work before it’s ready for robotics prime time, others insist the framework can already assist robotics developers.
By Linda Rosencrance


Humans want to interact with robots using a graphical user interface, says Jenkins, associate professor, Department of Computer Science at Brown, and head of Robotics, Learning and Autonomy at Brown University (RLAB). “We started talking about Flash because a lot of websites were [written] with Flash. Then we started talking about iPhone development and all sorts of things.”

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