Credit: Jason Dorfman/CSAIL
In CSAIL’s indoor tomato garden, robots tend the crops. Here Lauren White, a senior in electrical engineering and computer science, demonstrates how the camera on the arm of an autonomous robotic gardener works. The robot is able to locate and pick a specific tomato, and even pollinate the plants. In the long run, the researchers hope to develop a fully autonomous greenhouse.
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