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.
National University of Singapore developed a soccer playing robot called RoPE II. It has more advanced intelligence, a microcontroller, and can recognize, approach and kick a ball.
One of Asia’s premiere universities, NUS prides itself on its intelligent robotics research. The university's robotics lab, the IDMI, developed an intelligent artificial agent that it hopes can eventually be integrated into our society. NUS has a partnership…
Creo is a customizable humanoid research robot in development since 2009. It utilizes close kinematics, daisy chain network topology, and an open architectural platform.