Welcome to the website about ball-juggling robots developed between 2009 and 2015 at the Institute for Dynamic Systems and Control (IDSC) at the Swiss university ETH Zurich. These unique robots can juggle without any cameras, microphones, or any other sensors to detect the balls.
The juggling robots help us validate algorithms and tools we develop in our research in the control of dynamic systems. Furthermore, we showed the robots at several public exhibitions.
In this site you will:
Find out more about the different robots we have made, including:
- The Blind Juggler
- The Swinging Blind Juggler
- The Cloverleaf Blind Juggler
- The Circular Cloverleaf Blind Juggler
- The Juggling Ensemble (concept)
Discover our research in the control of dynamic systems:
Learn more about selected concepts of dynamic system theory from our tutorials about:
Meet the people behind the project: