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  • Type, Locomotion:
  • Humanoid
  • Released:
  • 2010
  • K-EBO by KUT (2010)

    K-EBO robot is a humanoid robot developed by the South Korean Company KUT in 2010. The social robot is capable of multiple expressions, such as smiling, winking, and more. Its amazing movable eyebrows allow realistic facial expressions like frowning. A specialized wire is used to make up its movable eyelids. The mastoid joint permits the robot to move its mouth.

    The neck is made up of several joints, allowing up-down, and side-to-side movements of the head. KUT’s K-EBO robot can perform various gestures and hand movements. Its arms are composed of several servo motors, making them ultra-flexible and allow fluid-like movements.

    In addition, a five-fingered hand on each arm guarantees a stronger grasp of any object. A modern touchscreen is integrated into the robot’s chest as well, allowing most of the commands to be from the touchscreen.


    • Capable of conveying realistic facial expressions like smiling, winking and frowning
    • The eyebrows and lips are made up of a specialized elastic material for higher level of flexibility
    • The eyelids are made up of a specialized wire for a realistic look
    • Several servo motors compose the neck, allowing various movements for the head
    • Multiple servo motors compose the arms, allowing various arm gestures and hand movements
    • Five fingers compose each hand, making the robot capable of picking, reaching or holding something using its hands
    • An LCD touchscreen is mounted in its chest
    • The touchscreen allows users to easily input commands


K-EBO robotKUT


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