Ishikawa Komuro Laboratory has put their high speed computer vision technology to use by scanning books.
Archive for the 'ROBOTS' Category
The Big Picture focuses their lens on the state of robotics around the world.
Tiro, developed by Hanool Robotics, was the first robot to perform a marriage ceremony.
SONY’s last AIBO was the ERS-7 which came to market in late 2003. It boasted a variety of new and improved functionality, making it the most advanced commercially available entertainment robot to date.
Robots take back the stage in three separate productions, each of which taking place only months after the last.
KITECH’s service robot platform initiative, or SeRoPi, is a humanoid robot designed to navigate autonomously, find and pick up objects, and detect faces.
A book review of RoBolution, a photo book that covers five humanoid robots developed in Japan.
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.