Two of KIST’s humanoid robots delivered food to their master, and in another demonstration copied the full-body movements of a man in a special motion-capture suit.
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VANI is a Korean educational telepresence robot developed by KIST aimed at teaching students English from remote locations.
Robots may replace some English teachers in South Korean classrooms come February 2010.
KIST has developed a new telepresence teaching aid robot so that English teachers can give lessons in schools without qualified instructors.
KIST developed an expressive face robot called Buddy, which we look at in this video.
KIST held an open house technology exhibit. Also, a video of Mahru III copying a human’s motions.
KIST and Samsung quickly replaced the Mahru II with this version, titled simply Mahru III. They did not make a companion Ahra for this model. Once again the exoskeleton has been completely redesigned.
CIR and KIST teamed up to create this service robot that can serve drinks at a juice bar.