Archive for Robotics Sensors

  • Audi’s Robotic Car Drives Better Than You Do Audi’s Robotic Car Drives Better Than You Do

    The robocar Shelley is a 2010 TTS and can run without a human behind the wheels or inside the car. The team chose it because it features a fly-by-wire throttle, adaptive cruise control, a semiautomatic DSG gearbox and other gadgetry. That made it relatively easy to make the car fully autonomous...

  • Tele-operated Android “Geminoid F” Tele-operated Android “Geminoid F”

    Have you seen the first Geminoid robot (the HI-1) which was developed to look like its creator, Hiroshi Ishiguro? Probably you were not that interested to learn more about that robot because he does not, well, looked very pleasing to the eyes. But the second creation of Mr Hiroshi Ishiguro will ...

  • Berkeley's PR2 Robot Performs Simple Folding Berkeley’s PR2 Robot Performs Simple Folding

    UC Berkeley's own Assistant Professor, Pieter Abbeel has developed a household robot that will definitely offer a great help at home. What it does? Simple folding of towels. To us humans, it may seem easy, but mind you when you several clothes or towels to fold, it may be tiresome or may not lik...

  • Device That Allows A Robot To Mimic A Person's Moves Device That Allows A Robot To Mimic A Person’s Moves

    The WIND (Wireless Intelligent Networked Device) permits robot control with the use of a SiP (System in Package) chip, packing the full functionality of a personal computer onto a single semiconductor. Recently presented by the Engineers from Future Robotics Technology Center (fuRo), a divisi...

  • Paparazzi Bots Will Chase You Down Until You Love Them Paparazzi Bots Will Chase You Down Until You Love Them

    The Paparazzi Bots are autonomous robots which is a tech-hybrid camera and cameraman. It is comprised of multiple cameras and sensors on a custom-built rolling platform. They move at the speed of a walking human, avoiding walls and obstacles. The robots stand at human height. With the help o...

  • Kompaï – The First Generation Humanoid Robot Kompaï – The First Generation Humanoid Robot

    Kompaï, thanks to the ingenuity of the French company Robosoft, is a robot designed to assist dependent persons at home. This amazing robot can speak, understand what it is said to it, find its way all around the house and can even access all internet services with just a word. With Kompaï�...

  • Mint: The Next Generation House Cleaner Mint: The Next Generation House Cleaner

    Mint, a new type of automatic floor cleaner, is a precursor to a new generation of robotic products in the consumer market. Designed by Evolution Robotics Inc., a robotics technology company, Mint’s innovations mainly focuses on the simple goal of making our lives easier. With its sleek des...

  • World’s Foremost Artificial Intelligence Sex Robot World’s Foremost Artificial Intelligence Sex Robot

    Roxxxy is the first Artificial sex robot engineered by Douglas Hines of TrueCompanion Company and is possibly the most classy sex toy on the market today. Hines who is a computer scientist state the plan for the sex robot came when he was looking for a profitable application for his Artificial I...

  • Care-O-bot 3 Software Platform on ROS.org Care-O-bot 3 Software Platform on ROS.org

    For more than ten years, the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA in Stuttgart as the partner for contract research which develop and optimize solutions for a wide range of different tasks in science and engineering, is working on the development of a mobile robot as...

  • Emotional Robot FEELIX Has Empathy Emotional Robot FEELIX Has Empathy

    A robot that can distinguish human emotions was developed by the European Feelix Growing project. The overall aim of this project is the interdisciplinary investigation of socially situated development from a global or integrated viewpoint. It is said that robots are incorporated in human’s e...

  • Robot Wall AWE Transforms Itself To Your Interests Robot Wall AWE Transforms Itself To Your Interests

    Last January, the annual IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems was filled with new innovations and intelligent systems that promises to deliver pleasure to the makers and clients alike. Among the video presentations, one that caught the eyes of the media researchers ...