Here’s an English video presentation of Tachi Lab’s tele-existence robot, the TELESAR. The TELESAR system utilizes a stereoscopic head mounted display and has haptic feedback in the arm controls, allowing the operator to perform dexterous manipulation tasks as if she was really in the robot’s environment. In one example, the operator repeatedly picks up and […]
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A potentially popular robotics gadget that connects to your PC and communicates based on twitter updates.
A symposium on baby robots will be rounded out by a demonstration at the end of the week.
A video showcasing Kojiro, a humanoid robot with redundant actuators that simulates the human bone and muscle system.
Tokyo University’s IRT Research Institute has developed this robot to help people with bad memory.
Tokyo University’s IRT research lab is developing an Assistant Robot (formerly called the Home Assistant Robot) that can help clean up around homes and hospitals by manipulating existing technology.
The researchers at Nakamura & Yamane Lab improved on their fighting robot Mighty with a new design, nicknamed “Magnum”. It was publicly displayed at the Aichi Expo in 2005.
Nakamure & Yamane Lab, part of Tokyo University, developed this fearsome humanoid robot to test human-like motions in robotics.