Robots take back the stage in three separate productions, each of which taking place only months after the last.
Archive for August, 2009
KITECH’s service robot platform initiative, or SeRoPi, is a humanoid robot designed to navigate autonomously, find and pick up objects, and detect faces.
A book review of RoBolution, a photo book that covers five humanoid robots developed in Japan.
Yamamoto Katsura has built the be-all end-all ASIMO costume.
Hitachi developed a prototype Intelligent User Interface, nicknamed Bot-chan, which it displayed at CEATEC Japan 2005. The goal was to create a simple interface that uses spoken language instead of standard remote controls.
As its name suggests, the ERS-31L has a similar body to the Latte and Macaron model, but a tougher looking mug more akin to a bulldog. It was released in May 2002 to mark the 3rd anniversary of the original AIBO release, with the lowest price yet: $600. As part of the celebration, SONY took […]
A classic sci-fi film practically begging to be remade, given the current climate. Unfortunately the remake never fulfills its potential.
Vstone published videos which showcase their latest hobby robot kit, the Robovie-nano.