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THE RAS VIDEO LIBRARY IS NOW ONLINE!!The IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Video Archive is now online athttp://video.ieee-ras.org!On this website, videos from the IEEE International Conferences onRobotics and Automation since 1991 are archived in a searchable videolibrary. The videos have been collected from previous ICRA conferenceDVDs, CDs, and VHS tapes and digitized, thanks to the digitizationproject chaired by Paul Oh and help from Stefano Stramigioli, HubertFlisijn, Olaf van Zandwijk, I-Ming Chen, Peter Luh, Surya Singh, andothers.The video metadata (like authors, description, affiliation, etc.) aredisplayed with the videos. During Q4 of 2008 and Q1 of 2009, thisinformation will be updated and improved as we gather more informationand integrate the contents with our member database.The Video Archive currently contains 440 videos dating back to 1991,totalling more than 18 hours of walking, running, swimming, climbing,and flying robots.The Video Archive is presented as an exclusive service to RAS members,although some of the award winning videos will be made available to thepublic. RAS is discussing with the IEEE Xplore staff how to post thevideos on Xplore in the same way papers are posted.HOW TO ACCESS THE RAS VIDEO LIBRARYYou will need to use your RAS member web account to access the videolibrary. If you are already logged in to the main IEEE RAS website youwill automatically be logged in here as well. You may search the libraryby year or by any word in the title.