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ROBOTIS Darwin-Mini Humanoid Robot
The ROBOTIS Darwin-Mini Humanoid Robot is a robot kit with an open source embedded board. The Darwin-Mini app uses button, gesture, voice recognition and messenger to control or change movements. Its parts are also 3D printable.
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Meet iCub: the Cute Italian Humanoid that is Stealing Hearts
STMicroelectronics introduced iCub at this week's Embedded Technology 2014 show in Japan, and as predicted, the Japanese are in love.
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Boston Dynamics’ Atlas robot weighs 330 pounds and can balance on one leg
Atlas is back. While the robot itself may be from Google-owned Boston Dynamics, the balance algorithm is from IHMC (Institute for Human and Machine Cognition) who's worked with the robotics company to get the six foot two biped walking better. IHMC has a strong track record in DARPA's Robotics Challenge, coming first in computer simulations and second in real-life field trials.
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What’s Better than Five Human Fingers? An Extra Two Robotic Fingers
This week it turns out to be robotic fingers. Two of them. Long, black-and-orange, and stick-like-looking. One on each side of a special sensory glove that goes over a human hand.
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Tokyo Science Museum ‘Hires’ Humanoid Robots
The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Japan has added humanoid robots to its staff to show visitors around the science museum in Tokyo.
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Using Robots to Diagnose Autism in Children
Croatian researchers introduce Robot Rene to observe and diagnose autism in young children.
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