The Associated Press reports on the baby robots made in Japan.
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Vstone is now taking orders for the cognitive development robots M3-Neony and M3-Synchy.
A few videos, one is a brief clip from NHK about the new baby robots from Osaka & Tokyo University, the other shows the open source robot Qbo being controlled with a Wii remote.
JST Erato Asada Project, with Osaka University, AIST, and Tokyo University, have developed two new child robots that will be used to study cognitive development.
A symposium on baby robots will be rounded out by a demonstration at the end of the week.
The University of Osaka and the Osaka Institute of Technology have teamed up to create a new full-sized humanoid robot.
Prof. Minoru Asada recently gave an hour long talk about RoboCup and CB² in which he showed some previously unseen footage of the robots and experiments.
JST’s ERATO Asada Project developed this robot to study human cognitive development, such as sensory-motor organization, language acquisition, and more.