Kondo unveiled the KHR-3HV humanoid robot kit at their 5th anniversary celebratory event, June 13th 2009.
Archive for July, 2009
A robot nicknamed Archie was shown off by Vienna’s University of Technology, co-developed with the University of Manitoba.
Bandai’s WonderBorg is a 6-legged robot kit that could be controlled with a Wonderswan, Bandai’s ill-fated portable gaming system.
The HRP-4C was dressed up in full wedding dress regalia as part of a fashion show July 22nd 2009.
Mike White created this cool video mash-up of Tetsujin 28 (aka Gigantor) and Black Sabbath’s classic rock song Iron Man.
Jaemi HUBO, developed at KAIST, is the heart of a 5-year international research project beginning in 2009, worth a total of $5 million dollars, with aims to make the USA and Korea the global leaders in humanoid robotics.
Himeji Softworks’ STD-ZERO hobby humanoid robot kit is being pitched as the “standard” model to its more flashy and expensive JO-ZERO kit. It’s cheaper but comes with less servos and a plain body.
Himeji Softworks’ JO-ZERO hobby humanoid robot kit features 20 degrees of freedom, audio output, and the ability to automatically generate stable walking gaits using its Motion Generator software.