About robots, robot development
and those who make it happen
  • U. of Bremen

    The University of Bremen is one of the most elite universities in Germany. The university has several research institutions, facilities, and centers for research on robot technology like the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) which…

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  • Delft arm and hand

    The Delft Arm and Hand Project aims at developing a three-fingered hand as well as a low-power and safe robotic arm. In addition the Delft Robotics Lab is working on a low-power robotic arm that will have four degrees of freedom.

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  • Bruno

    Bruno was made in 2008 to compete against other humanoids at the Robo Cup German Open. It has a camera to see the ball and a system that interprets what it has to do to make a goal.

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  • GuRoo

    GuRoo was developed by the University of Queensland. It is a humanoid programmed on DynaMechs software. It can be controlled by a PDA or PC, and is being used for robotic research.

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    The IsaacTeam of Polytechnic University of Turin created a bipedal humanoid robot called ISAAC. Controlled by optical encoders, this robot can be used in therapeutic areas.

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  • James

    LIRA Laboratory at the University of Genoa created James. It is a flexible humanoid which uses physical models of neural control and cognitive structures to study human brain function.

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  • Lil'Bot

    Lil’bot, the little robot that could, is a low-cost, open-source, Arduino-compatible balancing robot. It is ideal for learning to program, hacking and, of course, entertainment. Lil'bot can express some artificial emotions through an emoticon-like LED…

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  • Luna

    Developed by RoboDynamics, Luna is a fully programmable personal robot. It operates on open source platform that allows developers to create software for additional robot capabilities. This robot operates with batteries that can fuel it for up to eight…

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  • MARI

    The second robot in the Mari series, the Mari II, is based on the perception of visual walking where a controlled algorithm is presented and verified by various experiments. It has 12 degrees of freedom and works on 12 AC servo motors with encoders. The…

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  • Mary

    Together with Beijing Smart Technology, Peking University created Mary: a female service robot. This robot has infrared sensors and can detect nearby people, greet them, and shake hands. Mary can index more than 100 people in its camera, play games,…

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  • Mertz

    Humanoid robot MERTZ was created by the MIT Media Lab. This robot has learned to correlate objects and people by differentiating people’s habits. It was designed for exploring scalable learning in social backgrounds. MERTZ’s custom-made hardware includes…

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  • Meta

    Developed by the Delft University of Technology, Meta is their first robot with electric actuation. The robot is capable of taking 3 cm step-downs in the floor as well as walking stably at a speed of 0.3 to 0.65 m/s. Meta is able to begin from a standstill…

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  • Unicycle Robot

    Unicycle Robot is the first robot in China capable of balancing on a single wheel. It can navigate a balance beam and even compensate for external disturbances. Unicycle Robot has infrared sensors, a gyroscope, and an inclinometer. Its developers hope…

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