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…
The China International Robot Show (CIROS) 2015 takes place July 8 to 11 at the National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai and is the official exhibition platform of the China Robot Industry Alliance and the top robot exhibition of China.
Taipei International Robot Show (TIROS) is Taiwan's yearly Robot Trade Fair where the latest Robot developments of Taiwan are being displayed.
The China International Robot Show (CIROS) organizes exhibitions for the Chinese robotics sector that cross-promotes the global robotics sector with innovation and entrepreneurship in the enormous Chinese marketplace.
With its global renowned exhibitors, CIROS has become the most important annual event of the domestic robotics industry while promoting and leading the transformation of manufacturing in China.
Hiroshi Ishiguro of Osaka University developed a humanoid mobile phone robot called Elfoid P1. Its cover has a human-skin feel and it represents the caller on the other line.
Professor Hiroshi Ishiguro of ATR and Kokoro Co. Ltd. developed a realistic humanoid called Geminoid-DK. It has involuntary muscle movements and breathing activity like a human.
Hiroshi Ishiguro of ATR and Kokoro Co. Ltd. developed Geminoid-F which looks like a young human female. It copies the speech and facial expression of its human operator.
The Robotics Society of Japan (RSJ) promotes development in academic fields while offering specialists a place to announce their research and exchange technical knowledge. They publish journals which include scientific papers and descriptive articles…
MIT Biomimetic Robotics Laboratory researchers have developed a special computer process for bounding, which enables the Cheetah v. 2 to run faster and untethered
Aisoy1 is a pet-robot that is considered as an emotional learning robot, which is aimed at making users’ lives funnier and easier. The pet robot can recognize the user, perceive its surrounding and understand what other people are doing.
Ryomei Engineering, along with two companies, developed a robotic carp called Nishiki Koi. It can swim in reverse, observe oceanic fishes and can survey oilrigs and pipes for damages.
A U. of Tokyo grad student built PIGORASS, a 13-foot robot quadruped with a simulated neural system, ABS resin/carbon fiber body, and both pneumatic and passive muscles.
Osaka University and Kokoro Incorporated developed the Repliee Q1 which is a female android. It reacts to touches, flickers eyelids, appears to breathe and moves like a real human.