Nakamure & Yamane Lab, part of Tokyo University, developed this fearsome humanoid robot to test human-like motions in robotics.
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JSK Lab is working on robots that can interact safely with humans via a soft skin and embedded touch sensor technology.
Tachi Labs, a division of Tokyo University and Keio University, has developed this telepresence robot which allows a user to be in two places at the same time.
ITRI teamed up with Tokyo University, National Chiao Tung University, and the National Tsing Hua University to create an advanced image processing system.
JST ERATO is currently exploring human-robot interfaces through its User-Interface Design Project. This is one of those projects.
A video of Tokyo University’s book scanning system.
Ishikawa Komuro Laboratory has put their high speed computer vision technology to use by scanning books.
Tokyo University’s Ishikawa Komuro Lab is up to more than just fun and games in their robotics laboratory, where they are working on high speed computer vision.