The singing and dancing android makes another appearance.
Videos showing Simon’s latest improvements and the HRP-2 Promet’s new navigation strategy.
The HRP-2 Promet finds the fastest path, even if that means stepping onto obstacles in its way.
Researchers at AIST are working on a novel approach to robot navigation that solves for whole-body contacts with the environment and surrounding objects, including other robots.
A new Japanese testing facility will certify the safety of assisted-living robots.
The HRP-2FX is a simplified humanoid robot developed for falling experiments.
AIST’s Choreonoid software allows anyone to create stable whole-body motions for the humanoid robot HRP-4C.
Video of the HRP-4C Dancing Robot Project from the Digital Content Expo 2010.