Robovie-M is a humanoid robot created by Team Osaka. It can play soccer and has programmable moves. Robovie-M is a build-it-yourself robot with an optional remote control.
Robovie Nano is an entertainment robot created by Vstone. This small robot can walk, do cartwheels and side flips, and is fully customizable with RobovieMaker2 software
Robovie-PC is a combination hobby robot and desktop PC. Sturdy and lightweight, Robovie-PC allows you Internet access. It runs on Linux or Windows operating systems.
Robovie-i is a two feet tall, build-it-yourself robot. It moves by rocking its body, which makes it look like a wobbly drunk man. It costs less than other Vstone robots.
Cute yet functional, Robovie mR2 has WiFi and Bluetooth capability. This dog-eyed humanoid robot gathers information and keeps you connected while being entertaining.
Robovie-MS is a programmable robot you build yourself. It’s a great way to teach students and robot lovers about how to assemble, program, and modify robots themselves.
Robovie R Ver. 2 was created to be a research platform for human-robot communication. Vstone has made a newer version of this robot, and it has been discontinued.
The helping guide robot Robovie R Ver. 3, assists the disabled and elderly in moving around safely in public places. It has touch sensors, omni-wheels, and USB “eye” cameras.
Robovie R3UNR is a humanoid robot that assists elderly and disabled people. In addition to this role, it also functions as a tour guide, helping people learn about Japan.
The University of Electro-Communication (UEC) is one of the premiere universities in the Japan. The university is also equipped with various labs and research facilities that mostly involve the study of information technology, robotics and artificial…
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.
Robot Force developed a low cost fighting robot called NeeBo. It has two degrees of freedom, takes small steps while walking and can be remotely controlled using Kondo KHR-1 controller.
JR Robotics developed a gymnastic robot called the RB 2000. This robot can execute a wide range of motions on a cross bar and its board can be expanded for more functionalities.