Canadian robot the Hawk looks like a hawk and has a long claw. This versatile robot can play drums and serve drinks. The company hopes to make it cost-effective for end-users.
The bipedal robot HR-7 was developed by Dr. Robot. It is the seventh HR model prototype. The HR-7 has some new features, including five fingers and new recharging technology.
HR 4 is the fourth entry in Dr Robot's series of low-cost androids. It uses patented DURAS architecture, has excellent balance, and grasps object with pincer grip hands.
Released 2 years after HR 4, more stable HR 5 has a wider foot platform and can walk straight unassisted. Like HR 4, it has a rechargeable battery and pincer-grip hands.