KAIST and Yonsei University developed this odd looking robot in 2007 and have been coming up with new ways to use it since.
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Jaemi HUBO suffered a bad fall in preparation for a ceremony, and was badly damaged as a result.
IEEE Spectrum interviewed KAIST’s Dr. Jun Ho Oh, and shot some video of the lab’s humanoid robot.
Dan Lofaro, PhD candidate at Drexel University, uploaded some behind-the-scenes videos of HUBO 2 from his visit to KAIST back in 2008.
An interview with Dan Lofaro, a PhD candidate at Drexel’s Autonomous Systems Lab, who is working with HUBO 2, one of the world’s most advanced humanoid robots.
Drexel University’s Jaemi HUBO (the American sibling to KAIST’s HUBO 2) got a new leg, which is demonstrated in this video.
KAIST’s world famous HUBO 2 was partly designed by an American student studying mechanical engineering at Drexel University.
KAIST is developing a sympathetic robot that can detect your emotional state from the tone of your voice.