A video showing AIST’s HRP-3 Promet Mk.II grasping a bottle using visual recognition.
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AIST’s humanoid robot can turn 90 degrees in about 1 second by swiveling on its toes.
In June of 2007, AIST debuted the latest incarnation in their long line of humanoid robots – the HRP-3 Promet Mk-II (again designed by Mr. Yutaka Izubuchi). The Promet Mk-II has the ability to grasp tools in its three-fingered hands, and used an electric drill during its demonstration. It has 5 cameras inside its head [...]
HRP-3 Promet Mk-II shows its waterproof body, its ability to handle tools, as well as walk on slippery surfaces.