Digital Media for Brain and Health developed a golf playing humanoid called InBirdie. It can play a round of virtual golf, and can express emoticon-like facial expressions.
Hideki Kozima of NICT developed a child-like humanoid called Infanoid. It moves its lips as per the sound produced by speech synthesizer and moves eyebrows for facial expressions.
The Innok Robotics TX is a 6 wheel drive high speed mobile robot platform for research, inspection and telepresense applications. Equipped with independent suspension and reaching maximum speeds up
Developmental Robotics Lab of Iowa State University developed an unnamed humanoid which can identify objects by analyzing the sounds they make when they are pushed, touched and shaken.
A Bangladeshi student, Feroz Ahmed Siddiky, created Irobo. This robot is a humanoid and is entirely made up of scrap materials. It can follow voice commands and can mimic humans.
Tokyo University developed a humanoid called Information and Robot Technology to help the aeging society. This bipedal humanoid is covered in soft latex foam and paper.
The IsaacTeam of Polytechnic University of Turin created a bipedal humanoid robot called ISAAC. Controlled by optical encoders, this robot can be used in therapeutic areas.
Cognitive Robotics Laboratory in Vanderbilt University built ISAC. It is a humanoid and has pneumatically powered arms. It memorizes information and can display various complex behaviours.
The ISAMU robot was developed by Kawada Industries. It operates on RT Linux and has 3D vision and motion-planning software. This bipedal robot can be operated with a joystick.
Humanoid Robotics Institute developed the interactive Systems for Humanoid Agent robot to harmonize machine and human environments naturally, intuitively and seamlessly.
Speecy’s Corporation developed the Internet Renaissance Robot or ITR. The droid uses Robot Mark-up Language and can download content from internet by connecting to a wireless LAN.