Description: Most Advanced humaniod Robots (robotic technology )
we take a look at technological futuristic products that exist now.
Future emerging Technology 2015
Pepper- friendly interactive humanoid robot
JIMMY- open source humanoid robot for research purposes
I-CUB- iCub is a 1 meter high humanoid robot test bed for research into human cognition and artificial intelligence.
ROMEO- Romeo humanoid robot is intended to deepen research on assistance for the elderly and those who have lost autonomy. Its height allows it to open doors, climb stairs, and even grab objects on a table.
Vstone robovie r3 humanoid robot is designed to help the elderly and disabled with everyday tasks.
RoboThespian is a life sized humanoid robot designed for human interaction in a public environment. It is fully interactive, multilingual, and user-friendly, making it a perfect device with which to communicate and entertain.
riba II humanoid robot for interactive body supporting robot for lifting patients
–DARWIN-OP's main purpose is for research and programmers in the fields of humanoid, artificial intelligence, gait algorithm, vision, inverse kinematics, linguistics, etc.
PR 2 humanoid
Pr 2 is a robotic research and development platform that lets u innovate.
PETMAN is an anthropomorphic robot designed for testing chemical protection clothing. Natural agile movement is essential for PETMAN to simulate how a soldier stresses protective clothing under realistic conditions.
hubo II humaniod
HUBO is a walking humanoid robot, head mounted on a life-size walking bipedal frame, developed by the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).
Atlas is a bipedal humanoid robot primarily developed by the American robotics company Boston Dynamics, with funding and oversight from the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). The 6-foot ( m) robot is designed for a variety of search and rescue tasks.
Robot Nao Next generation Robots
Nao (pronounced now) is an autonomous, programmable humanoid robot developed by Aldebaran Robotics, a French robotics company headquartered in Paris. The robot's development began with the launch of Project Nao in 2004.
The Nao Academics Edition was developed for universities and laboratories for research and education purposes.
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