A robot controlled with thought patterns alone.
Archive for the 'Fujitsu' Category
Fujitsu’s 3rd humanoid model in their Humanoid for Open Architecture Platform was unveiled in 2005. It has been used by various universities, most notably EPFL (Switzerland) for research purposes.
A robot head and a singing robot may be connected.
Researchers at Kyushu University modified a Fujitsu HOAP-2.
The 2nd model of Fujitsu’s small humanoid robot research platform.
A presentation from ICRA 2011 shows how bipedal robots can turn by shuffling rather than stepping.
A humanoid robot has learned how to wipe a whiteboard clean.
Fujitsu’s Therapeutic Bear, AIST’s HRP-4C, and Nissan’s EPORO robots made another appearance at CEATEC JAPAN 2010.