TMSUK and Sanyo developed a security robot called Banryu HRS-Q11. It has features like speech synthesis, face recognition, sound sensors, obstacle sensors and temperature sensors.
I-Cybie the toy robot dog has plenty of advanced features to enhance play. Touch sensors enable an automatic response to a pat or scratch. Advanced sound sensors allow I-Cybie to respond to voice and clap commands. It also has a listening mode and five…
TMSUK, Sanyo and Omron developed a dinosaur based security robot called Banryu T7S Type 1. It can be controlled from a distance and responds to simple human voice commands.
TMSUK, Sanyo and Omron developed a dinosaur based security robot called Banryu T7S Type 2. It has quiet walk mechanism that allows stealth monitoring of establishments.
Beijing Institute of Technology developed a humanoid called BeiBei. It can start a conversation with a human, and can perform a series of martial art moves and shadow boxing.
HERO-1 has been around since the early 80’s. It is an excellent teaching tool and robot lab. This educational robot can detect light, sound and movement and maneuvers easily.
The 6th generation of Dr Robot's android series, HR 6 can recognize faces, obey voice commands, read emails and do online research. It also sings, dances and tells jokes.
RoboTech SRL, an Italian robotic firm, created I-Droid. It is a programmable humanoid and can follow voice commands. It is mainly intended for educational and entertainment purposes.
KIST created an affectionate humanoid robot, Kibo 1.2. It detects nearby humans and can mimic facial expressions through expression detection. This adorable robot gives hugs to those around it and can create its own facial expressions. It can follow voice…
Bart Everett developed a security robot called Robart II. It can detect problems, create navigation maps and contains multiprocessor architecture for real-time operations.
WowWee’s animated robot, Roboquad, has 72 pre-programmed moves and 3 speed modes. This highly customizable robot was a Gold Seal Awardee in the 2007 Oppenheim Toy Portfolio.
WowWee’s Robosapien V2 takes biomorphic robots to the next level. It has all the abilities of V1, and lots of new ones such as standing and verbal response capabilities.