Creo is a customizable humanoid research robot in development since 2009. It utilizes close kinematics, daisy chain network topology, and an open architectural platform.
GENUS is a two-legged humanoid robot. Well-packaged and compact, it is more flexible than the MANUS robot and can play soccer and pick up objects. GENUS also has a WIFi module.
Dr. Prahlad Vadakkepat of the National University of Singapore developed this soccer playing robot called MaNUS. It has a range of motions and can imitate the way humans walk.
Humanoid bipedal robot ASLAN was developed by the National University of Singapore, headed by Professor Chee-Meng Chew. This life-sized robot stands four feet tall and weighs 60 kilograms. It has 23 degrees of freedom: six on each leg, four on each arm,…
National University of Singapore developed a soccer playing robot called RoPE I. This bipedal robot can detect a ball, approach it, dribble it, carry the ball and make a goal.
National University of Singapore developed a soccer playing robot called RoPE II. This autonomous bipedal humanoid can kick a ball and modify its motion depending on situations.
National University of Singapore developed a humanoid called RoPE II. Made of aluminum and extra sensors, it can find its location and coordinates, and has a sense of direction.