A new figure model kit is being sold based on AIST’s famous female android, the HRP-4C.
Paro has already been around for 10 years!
An innovative power system has given a biped robot the speed and power it needs to compete in DARPA’s robotics challenge.
The HRP-2m Next gets an exoskeleton, upgraded to Choromet-2.
A look back at some of the memorable robots from the 2012 Innovation Robotic Summit.
A video showing AIST’s HRP-3 Promet Mk.II grasping a bottle using visual recognition.
AIST’s female android walks a bit more like a person.
AIST’s humanoid robot can turn 90 degrees in about 1 second by swiveling on its toes.