About robots, robot development
and those who make it happen
  • KEITA

    KEITA is a receptionist robot at the Faculty of Science and Technology. It can meet and greet visitors, conduct campus tours and answer questions. This Japanese-speaking robot is fully autonomous and spends most of its time with visitors. It only returns…

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  • Hirosaki U.

    Hirosaki University in Japan offers plenty of opportunities for those who want to study robotics. Their School of Science and Technology has a course on Intelligent Machines and System Engineering. This course teaches Vision-based Robot control and micromachine…

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