I wrote an article about experiments involving thought-controlled robots, published by Gizmag. Read it here.
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AIST’s humanoid robot can turn 90 degrees in about 1 second by swiveling on its toes.
A batch of interesting videos that surfaced online recently.
Robots playing the theremin. What’s next?
Videos showing Simon’s latest improvements and the HRP-2 Promet’s new navigation strategy.
The HRP-2 Promet finds the fastest path, even if that means stepping onto obstacles in its way.
Researchers at AIST are working on a novel approach to robot navigation that solves for whole-body contacts with the environment and surrounding objects, including other robots.
AIST held an “open lab” day where they demonstrated some of the robotics technology currently in the works.