I wrote an article about Kenshiro, Tokyo University’s JSK Lab’s musculoskeletal robot, which was published at Gizmag. Read it here.
Archive for the 'Tokyo University' Category
An innovative power system has given a biped robot the speed and power it needs to compete in DARPA’s robotics challenge.
A look at PIGORASS, a new quadruped robot developed at the University of Tokyo’s ISI Lab.
The University of Tokyo’s IRT Humanoid is being taught to move like a person using motion-capture.
The University of Tokyo and Tokyo University of the Arts team up to create motion performances on the diminutive humanoid robot NAO.
Tokyo University’s bio-inspired Athlete Robot uses electro-pneumatic artificial muscles to replicate the elastic properties of living creatures.
The price of the DARwIn-OP is revealed, and highlights from the final crop of presentations from Humanoids 2010 are noted.
Tokyo University signs up for 30 NAOs.