Robot Cricket

Posted by sepoy on October 06, 2006 · 1 min read

The word around the cricket ground was that Abdul Qadir did not have bones in his wrists - rather greased metal balls that allowed him 360˚of motion. And then, the same is said of Shane Warne, whose Ball of the Century inspired Dr. Andy West [winner of the Stoner prize - heh heh] to create a robotic bowler that will “mimic Warne, McGrath or the style of any other bowler." The relationship between the tendon and the seam just got a little strained.

Here are some pictures. Now we need a batsman

In related news, the squeaky wheel just fell off.


Naush | October 06, 2006

i'm glad i got through one post without wondering what u were saying ...... :)

dk | October 07, 2006

I really don't mean this to be disgusting, but what will the robot do about saliva and the crotch?