A book review of RoBolution, a photo book that covers five humanoid robots developed in Japan.
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Hitachi developed a prototype Intelligent User Interface, nicknamed Bot-chan, which it displayed at CEATEC Japan 2005. The goal was to create a simple interface that uses spoken language instead of standard remote controls.
As its name suggests, the ERS-31L has a similar body to the Latte and Macaron model, but a tougher looking mug more akin to a bulldog. It was released in May 2002 to mark the 3rd anniversary of the original AIBO release, with the lowest price yet: $600. As part of the celebration, SONY took […]
A video showcasing some of the robotic animals seen inside the Robot Pavilion at Incheon World Festival 2009.
Spain’s PAL Technology Robotics lab has received funding from a Sheik in Abu Dhabi to create an advanced humanoid robot. Reem-A was the first prototype.
SONY was quick to release two new AIBO models after the ERS-210, with Latte and Macaron, a pair of budget-priced AIBOs which are quite possibly the cutest robots ever devised.
Carnegie Mellon University held a celebratory event in honor of 25 years of field robotics. This is a summary of the 9 lectures available online via webcasts.
TIROS brings together 91 companies and institutes to show off the latest products and research.