Those robotic toys are getting cheaper and more complicated everyday. Tomorrows children are so lucky ! Demonstration by HiTEC at the 2008 Electric Flight Expo in Glendale, Arizona. Filmed with the Canon Powershot G9.
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Aldebaran Robotics Nao Robot Show in France Pavilion Shanghai Expo 2010 Video: http://youtu.be/uIuRc1r_N34
NAO’s walking uses a simple dynamic model (linear inverse pendulum) and quadratic programming. It is stabilized using feedback from joint sensors. This makes walking robust and resistant to small disturbances, and torso oscillations in the frontal and lateral planes are absorbed. NAO can walk on a variety of floor surfaces, such as carpeted, tiled, and wooden floors. NAO can transition between these surfaces while walking.
Since their inception in 1984 Kokoro have created various ‘ofrobots’ including people friendly vending machines, massive animatronic dinosaurs and life-like ‘humanoid’ robots, developed in ‘continous observation of humans’.
This is another Japan design, this actroid can move it’s arms and head, and also it behaves like a female.
This humanoid is the most human like design I have ever seen. It doesn’t walk, but it is focused on face design. Also it can move it’s arm and body.
Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today unveiled an all-new ASIMO equipped with the world’s first autonomous behavior control technology. With a further advance in autonomy, the all-new ASIMO can now continue moving without being controlled by an operator.
AIST has succeeded in making HRP-4C Miim walk like a human being. Her knees are stretched by up/down motion of the waist, the single-toe supporting realizes longer strides, and she mimics the swing motion of human legs.