Ami was developed by KAIST to be a service robot in the home. It can help you with household chores such as sweeping. It has sensors that help it avoid objects. Ami, which means "friend" in French, can also converse with 50 sentences and display anger,…
Amio is a complex humanoid robot developed by KAIST. It can make decisions and display expressions based on data it acquires through its communication model. Amio can perform simple tasks such as assembly line work and household chores, and can walk 1…
KAIST developed the first robot in the HanSaRam series called HanSaRam I. This bipedal robot was created to test the walking algorithm and control method of lightweight robots.
KAIST developed the second robot in the HanSaRam series called HanSaRam II. This bipedal walking robot has the shape of a human body with different upper and lowers parts.
KAIST developed the third robot in the HanSaRam series called HanSaRam III. It has 22 DOFs and a camera for visual feedback, and can grasp objects with its claw-like hands.
KAIST developed the fourth robot in the HanSaRam series called HanSaRam IV. It has 12 servomotors, 4 force sensing resistors in each foot, and master-slave controllers.
KAIST developed the fifth robot in the HanSaRam series called HanSaRam V. With independent locomotion, sensing and processing, it can walk in patterns avoiding obstacles.
KAIST developed the sixth robot in the HanSaRam series called HanSaRam VI. It generates walking pace through 3D linear inverted pendulum mode, which makes easy to control motions.
KAIST developed the seventh robot in the HanSaRam series called HanSaRam VII. It has five fingers in each hand, can grasp and release objects, and can express hand gestures.
KAIST developed the third robot in the HUBO series called HUBO KHR-3. It is a prototype humanoid which can play rock-paper-scissors because of independent motion of its fingers.
KAIST developed the second robot in the HUBO series called Jaemi HUBO 2. This humanoid can run and walk at a high speed, and its arms have a quick and natural motion.
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology developed a chair shaped robot called HUBO FX-1. Running on Windows XP, and having a range of sensors, it can carry around a human.
House steward robot Joy acts as the human/machine interface inside intelligent homes. It has a planning algorithm system so it can complete tasks with minimal human input needed. Joy also can grasp objects with grippers on its arms and bring them to its…
KaMERo is a mobile robot with three leg-wheels. This wheeled robot is able to move in three different ways thanks in part to a 90 degree bendable knee joint in each leg. The rear leg is an active wheel, and the other two are passive and to give it stability.…