G-Robot is a humanoid robot manufactured by Futaba. It has a servo protection system -it turns itself off if it gets too hot. It is programmable through RS232 and has 20 DOF.
Siso Lab created G-TuneF108M mainly out of junk materials. Yet it won the Ranger Award at the ROBO-One 13. Its body is mostly made from PVC plate and a polycarbonate frame. This humanoid robot can transform from a container form into a bipedal walking…
The MIT Media Lab robot Gandalf excels in real-time conversation with humans. Capable of normal-sounding speech and movement, Gandalf can answer many astronomy questions.
The MIT robot Geekbot was developed for the study of how forces transfer during walking. It has two legs, feet and hips, and moves by rocking from one foot to another.
Crafthouse in collaboration with ROBOSQUARE developed a humanoid robot called Geisha robot. It is dressed as a traditional Japanese Geisha and can dance to any music on stage.
Tsukuba University developed twin robots called Gemini. These museum guide robots speak to each other instead of giving sequenced storyline to visitors for each museum exhibits.
GENUS is a two-legged humanoid robot. Well-packaged and compact, it is more flexible than the MANUS robot and can play soccer and pick up objects. GENUS also has a WIFi module.
Gogic Five is a hobby robot with a racer extension kit. This tiny humanoid can transform into a sporty racecar. Five servomotors allow it to walk, punch, kick and stand.
Greenman is a Remote Presence Demonstration System developed by SSC San Diego. Its vision system has a 525-line vision camera for each eye. This anthropomorphic manipulator was added to the TOPS Project for implementation of hand dexterity and force…
Developed by H&S Robots, the Ground Beetle resembles a real beetle in appearance and movement. It imitates beetle movements with the use of servo motors. Ground Beetle is easy to program even if you have no prior knowledge. It draws lots of attention…