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Please join us in celebrating the life and times of Vic Scheinman. Bring your best stories about Vic, as well as your appetite. Food and beverage will be provided.

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Sun 12:00 PM PDT607 Mountain Home Rd, Woodside, CA 94062-2568, United States
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Victor Scheinman, who has died aged 73, designed the first electrically powered, computer-controlled industrial robot, proving that it was possible for machines to do complex manual work.
Vic Scheinman: Okay. My name is Victor Scheinman. I was born in Augusta, Georgia, on December 28, 1942. My father was in the U.S. Army at the time, stationed there, and so that's what brought me to Georgia. But at a young age, when the war was over, World War II was over, and we moved to Brooklyn, N...
Victor David Scheinman, a pioneer in industrial robotics and a longtime Woodside resident, died Tuesday, Sept. 20, of complications of heart disease. He was 73.
The Scheinman Stanford Arm, developed in 1969, was adapted by manufacturers to become the leading robot in assembling and spot-welding products.
Victor Scheinman added 13 new photos to the album: Photos from Tenaya — with Tenaya Scheinman and Sandra Auerback.
September 25, 2016
Victor Scheinman updated their cover photo.
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Victor Scheinman updated their cover photo.
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Victor Scheinman updated their profile picture.
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