06:10 - 2018/07/14
PINO Robot: Smart Two Feet Robot
Pino, the humanoid robot was developed to participation Robocup Humanoid League. The importance of exterior design is connected rst and foremost to the protection of its inside system in much the same way a car or computer is similarly shielded from contact. Still, providing a mere protective shield to reduce the risk of damage to its inner systems during performance could not sufficiently express our research direction which aims to express the role of the humanoid robot in society in the future.
07:34 - 2018/07/11
HAMR Robot: A Cockroach-Inspired Robot
Small wonder that scientists want to copy the cockroach, one of the most durable creatures around. But Harvard roboticists are now one-upping the insect with Harvard's Ambulatory Microbot (HAMR). The new, next-generation HAMR can walk on land, swim on the surface of water, and walk underwater for as long as needed. What gives HAMR its terrain flexibility are the multifunctional feet, made of electrowetting pads (EWP).
07:23 - 2018/07/10
Ulo Robot: The Interactive Surveillance Camera
Ulo, the interactive surveillance camera. With an owl design, this clever device even has actual eyes to focus on the environment. Communicating and interacting with you through eye expressions, Ulo can get across a variety of messages. Although Ulo looks cute, inside are a whole host of surveillance technologies. The beak is actually a two-way mirror with a camera and a motion sensor.
07:43 - 2018/07/08
CanguRo Robot: Smart Assistant Robot
the CanguRo is designed to be a follow-me personal assistant and (slow poke) people mover. In the former mode, it's 550 mm (21.6 in) long and uses artificial intelligence smarts known as scanSLAM to generate 3D maps using data from sensors and estimate its own location within that space. That sensor array includes 3D LiDAR, a wide angle camera and distance sensor.
07:23 - 2018/07/07
Ivan Miranda Robot: Smart Sand Robot
Ivan Miranda Robot is effectively a long bar that acts kind of like a printer, rolling across the beach and spelling out messages by making a series of dashes in the sand. A mechanical unit slides across the main metal bar and when it gets to the spot where it needs to draw, a little notch drops down and makes a stripe in the sand.
07:26 - 2018/07/04
SwarmDiver Robot: Smart Swarm Robot
A new underwater drone dubbed the SwarmDiver has been released by an underwater robotics company based in the United States. Their new design is aimed for combat operations, such as sea-based reconnaissance missions. Once in the water the drones look like a school of fish and are designed specifically to work in “swarms.”
07:16 - 2018/07/03
Giiro Robot: Smart Posturebot Robot
Giiro is made by the South Korean IoT company Gaze Lab in collaboration with a startup called Morethings that makes sensor-based products like smart insoles and smart golf mats. Gaze Lab previously launched its standing Gaze Desk on Kickstarter in 2016 and successfully raised enough to launch it. The Gaze Desk could also watch your posture through sensors, but the Giiro robot takes things a step further by giving you a funny look and imitating you when your stance is off.
07:36 - 2018/07/02
Hank Robot: Smart Exoskeleton Robot
HANK has six actuated joints and is designed to allow intensive overground gait training. An assistive gait control algorithm was developed to create a force field along a desired trajectory, only applying torque when patients deviate from the prescribed movement pattern. The device was evaluated in 3 hemiparetic stroke patients across 4 weeks of training per individual (approximately 12 sessions).
07:08 - 2018/07/01
Nuro Robot: Smart Automobile Robot
Nuro, a Mountain View, California, based startup, unveiled an autonomous vehicle Tuesday designed for making local commerce deliveries. The company plans to have several of the vehicles making deliveries on public roads by the end of the year. It's also developing another version of the vehicle that's suitable for mass production.
07:04 - 2018/06/30
CUE Robot: Smart Basketball Robot
A new basketball-playing robot in Japan may not be the biggest player on the court, but it sure can shoot. Known as "CUE," the six-foot-three-inch bot sinks free throws with 100 percent accuracy — 10 out of 10 in a fun new video released on March 14 (see below). That’s way better than the current NBA average of 77 percent — and even better than the record of Stephen Curry, whose 90.3 percent career average is tops among active players in the league.