The RQ-TITAN is the world’s first real-size humanoid robot. It has a USB camera and can be controlled thorough a Windows-based PC, smartphone, or Xbox 360 console.
Founded by William Chalmers, the Chalmers University of Technology aims at becoming the most attractive universities in the world through internationally acclaimed research and education together with a professional innovation procedure.
NASA JPL Robotics focuses on projects for robotics space exploration and other terrestrial uses. They have developed autonomy software and sampling arms for the Mars rovers, allowing them to travel independently and record data. The lab has worked on…
Sandia National Laboratories is home to the ISRC, is the leader in developing miniature and macro-sized teleoperated and autonomous vehicles. With more than 26 years of experience, the Center responds to the challenges impacting the country’s security…
With a history of over 130 years, Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) is one of Japan’s top national universities in the field of Science and Technology. The university is the major center for supercomputing technology and robotics.
The ATF robot invented by John Risch can control a small vehicle and enable it to follow its user. This sturdy control system can “run” and even stay stable when it rains.
Panasonic in collaboration with ROBO-GARAGE developed a miniature humanoid robot called Evolta. It traveled from Tokyo to Kyoto while recharging its evolta batteries once a day.
Panasonic and ROBO-GARAGE developed Evolta car which holds the Guiness World Record title “The Longest Distance Covered by A Battery-Operated Remote-Controlled Model Car”.
Panasonic developed a humanoid called Evolta Traveler. Made from ultra-light materials, it traveled a distance of 500 kilometers from Tokyo to Kyoto using 12 Evolta batteries.
Chalmers University developed Priscilla which is a humanoid robot. It has plastic skeleton, titanium reinforcements and linear actuators which enable it to walk like a normal person.
Matt Bauer developed a humanoid called Rook’s Pawn III. This autonomous entertainment robot has a resin skull, Delfrin skeleton, titanium gears and can move in all directions.