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Archive for September, 2009

Panasonic develops real-life Roujin-Z robotic bed

Panasonic has developed a robotic bed that can transform into a wheelchair.

• Kozoh series

Kozoh was a bipedal robot developed by the now defunct Robos Corporation, and displayed at IREX 2003 and the Aichi Expo of 2005.

Brief Q & A with Intuitive Automata’s founder, Dr. Cory Kidd

Dr. Cory Kidd answers some questions concerning his company’s flagship product, the robotic weight loss coach Autom™.

Transformers Auditions

Jim Howell’s cute viral videos feature everyday appliances auditioning for roles for the live-action Transformers films.

• Neon

Neon, a humanoid robot designed by ROBO-GARAGE, is an homage to Astro Boy as part of 2003’s celebrations (Astro’s fictional birth date).

Takeshi Maeda’s latest robot will conquer Japan, Earth TBD

Takeshi Maeda’s latest photos of his work-in-progress show off the robot’s mighty upper body.

Video: Miuro controlled using iPod Touch interface

ZMP posted a video of their musical robot, Miuro, being controlled via iPod Touch.

• Miuro

ZMP’s robotic music player Miuro can follow your around the house, and won’t fall of ledges or bump into things thanks to its sensors.