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  • Type, Locomotion:
  • Humanoid
  • Released:
  • 2010
  • Diego-San is a baby robot created by researchers from Machine Perception Laboratory at the University of California San Diego (UCSD), in collaboration with Kokoro Co. Ltd. and Hanson Robotics. It is a humanoid robot created after a one-year old baby.

    Standing 1.3 meters tall and weighing 30 kilograms, Diego-San robot is designed to be used as a tool for understanding how a one-year old human interacts with the outside environment and acquires the ability to use nonverbal expressions - such as gestures.


    • Kokoro’s most flexible robot with 60 degrees of freedom
    • Face has 20 moving parts that allow various facial expressions
    • High-resolution camera placed in eyes
    • Speaker placed in mouth
    • Orientation and movement awareness using 6-axis accelerometer
    • 5-fingered hands capable of grasping and holding objects
    • Pressure sensors placed in hands and joints
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