Kibo ver.1.2 is a taller and more capable version of CIR’s small bipedal humanoid robot.
Archive for August, 2010
Kibo was CIR’s first attempt at a small, expressive bipedal humanoid robot. It would later be replaced by a more sophisticated version (Kibo ver.1.2).
With one of its shipyards in Shimonoseki, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has employed its humanoid robot Wakamaru to teach kids about shipbuilding this summer.
Photos of some rare robot movie memorabilia that was auctioned off.
A stop-motion animated short film about a giant robot.
AISoy Robotics, a Spanish company, will begin selling a new edutainment robot this August.
Paul Guinan’s sculpture has taken on a life of its own; now that life will hit the silver screen!
A compelling humanoid robot that reacts to physical interactions in a flexible, lifelike manner.