KITECH’S female android, EveR-3, is starring in a stage play called The Robot and the Seven Dwarfs, based on the classic fairytale.
Archive for November, 2009
AIST’s robot seal pup is the “World’s Most Therapeutic Robot” according to the Guinness Book of World Records.
Toyota’s i-foot is a bipedal personal mobility vehicle developed between 2003 ~ 2004 designed to go where a wheelchair cannot, such as up stairs.
The Legend of Zelda is a classic 8-bit adventure that simply doesn’t get old.
Wakamaru, Mitsubishi’s bright yellow household robot, can perform basic communication tasks but cannot actually do your chores for you. As a result, this $15,000 robot may be better suited to the commercial sector, where it could be used as a crowd-pleasing host.
China plans to host the 1st ever Humanoid-only Robot Olympic Games in June of 2010.
Taiwan’s National Chiao Tung University is developing a robot that monitors a patient’s physiological signals and can immediately notify nursing staff and family should the patient have an accident.
A restaurant service robot of unknown name and origins was demonstrated at the 2009 Chinese International Industry Fair.