Moogle is a specialized robot for inspection of confined spaces. It's controlled via Wi-Fi, has cameras for driving and inspecting, and operates for an hour per charge.
Conventionally but solidly built, Morph 3 has a duralumin frame and can brace itself for falls. An advanced CPU, 30 servos, and 138 sensors make it highly athletic.
Mowgli is a Japanese robot which can jump and land autonomously. This air powered robot contains an artificial musculoskeletal system with pneumatic muscles which give it six DOF.
Mr. Personality has been developed to contain a personality. This interactive robot tells jokes and discusses future. It has activity modes and customizable personalities.
Mr. SemProM is a 1.75m humanoid whose modifiable gripper-equipped arms and multiple cameras (including wrist cameras for fine manipulations) allow it to carry objects.
Security robot Mujiro's advanced sensors enable it to detect humans behind walls and identify individuals from an incredible 30 miles away; it also disposes of bombs.
Mung has a simple look and a yellow-orange color. Start cursing it, though, and it accumulates LED “bruises” according to the amount and variety of your foul language.
Robo Garage’s Murasaki robot will thrill “The Tale of Genji” fans. Beautifully dressed and designed, it tells the story of court lady Murasaki Shikibu through an MP3 player.
Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. has created Murata Boy, the world’s first bicycling robot. It can access a LAN to receive commands and execute them with amazing accuracy.
Murata Girl is the perfect companion to Murata Boy. This agile robot rides its unicycle while maintaining perfect balance. It can even send live feed of its travels.
UPPSALA University created a humanoid robot which has large shoulders and can pull 600Kg. It contains many sensors and later will be equipped with a fuel cell to make it self-powered.
Seoul National University in South Korea developed a Kendo fighter robot called Musa. It has sensors for power output, motion sensors and cameras which enables it to fight even humans.
Developed at the Delft University of Technology, Museon Walker is a completely passive walking robot that can stably walk down an incline. Museon Walker was built to demonstrate the principle of passive dynamic walking.
Myon was developed by the Neurbotics Research Laboratory. Its purpose is to study how robots can learn from humans. Myon has a touchscreen for easy data transmission.