TMSUK’s full-size samurai robot.
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A medieval knight in shining armor showcased miniature actuators for use in robot hands in 2006.
A comprehensive look at a series of household security guards in the shape of dinosaurs.
A look back at TMSUK’s Stegosaurus and Triceratops robots.
Shinpo was developed by TMSUK and Waseda University to walk without the typical bent-knees approach seen in most bipedal robots. It is on permanent display at Niigata Hall of Natural Science.
Mujiro and it’s twin Ligurio are two security droids developed by TMSUK Co. Ltd.. These unusual-looking robots were first deployed at the Aichi Expo in 2005.
The third iteration in TMSUK’s line of rescue robots, built to help move debris after earthquakes.
TMSUK’s Enryu T-52, the descendant of the T-5, is a rescue robot designed to lift and move debris after a major disaster, such as earthquakes.