AIST developed this miniature version of their HRP-2 Promet humanoid robot as a cheaper and safer alternative to the full-sized version.
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HRP-3 Promet Mk-II shows its waterproof body, its ability to handle tools, as well as walk on slippery surfaces.
AIST has given their HRP-2 Promet humanoid robot the ability to deal with heavy swinging doors.
AIST’s robot seal pup is the “World’s Most Therapeutic Robot” according to the Guinness Book of World Records.
AIST is working with an actress, a dance choreographer, and Tokyo University’s IRT Laboratory on a “Dancing Robot Project”, set to debut sometime in 2010.
AIST’s HRP-2 Promet has proven to be one of the most valuable humanoid robots developed for research purposes.
Nissan, Murata Manufacturing, and AIST gave demonstrations starring their latest advances in robotics technology at CEATEC Japan 2009 (October 6th-10th).
Footage from Robofes in Toyama 2009.