1.Mindstorm– Since 1998, Mindstorm has been turning 8-year-olds into robotic escapes. Lego kits with programmable blocks that dinosaurs, vending machines,
unmanned planes – or whatever children, or more likely their parents, can dream.
2.R2-D2 and C-3PO – Robots Names may be the most popular robots in Abbott and Costello of Space, This littler who really steals the show. Certainly, the C-3PO can speak and walk 6 million languages, R2-D2 proved that robot humanoid can go emotional without Kia and no need to speak English to communicate.
3.HONDA’S P2– Asimo? A peacock. Before Honda was touring the biped world, the P2 was a 6-foot, 462-pound prototype. Unveiled in 1996, the P2 had most of it.
Asimo’s running skills – including the ability to climb ladders – making it what Honda calls it “the first self-regulating, two-legged humanoid walking robot.”
4.ALBERT HUBO-Here a robot astronaut sticks the head of an elastomer foam Einstein. A collaboration between roboticist David Hanson and the Korea Advanced
Institute of Science and Technology in 2005. You have more of a nightmare than a unified field theory. But it is a good combo of bipartisan movement and realistic facial expression date.
5. WABOT AND WABOT 2-In the 70s, some roboticists were building machines to make Chevette, but researchers at Tokyo’s Waseda University were building bots of the human image. In 1973, Wabot was introduced, the first full-scale programmable Android. He had eyes, fluttering limbs and the ability to speak Japanese.
6. GENGHIS-Can you learn about bug bots? In 1988, MIT Rodney Brooks’ lab built this six-legged walker, which taught itself to scramble boards and other obstacles. Secret: May allow each leg to react to the environment independently and you will not need to program each complex.
7.-EDINBURGH MODULAR ARM SYSTEM-Part man, machine, all Scottish: Campbell Aird received the first full bionic arm in 1998. Pressure sensors in the shoulder attachment detect minute fluctuations in Aird’s muscles, active motors that control arm movements. Eat Lee Mazars from your heart.
8. SPEEDY-Before Sunny made Asmiv’s three laws of robotics known to the public, there was the opening of Speedy’s directing robot in the 1942 short story
Runcorn. Speedy did not do harm to man, to obey his commands and to protect himself, which rules matter the most. Finalizes the needs of a bot.
9. QRIO-Bipladal robots can walk upstairs, running, jumping, and seem flat compared to traditional-Japanese-fan-dance-dance areas. Officially, Sony uses its state-of-the-art Android, which started in 2003 as corporate ambassadors. But the company may one day sell them for entertainment. Beck’s works: The singer recently used all six in the video for “Hell Ya”
10. ASTROBOY-When American children were daydreaming of Superman, Japanese tykes were worshiping the Tavasuwan Atom aka Astroboy. First drafted in 1951,
Astroboy has rocket boots, lasers that shoot with his fingers, and an uh, donkey cannon. The cute crime-fighting robot was the inspiration of the children’s generation, from which robotics became researchers. This is a big reason today Japan is at the forefront of Android development. Domo Mr., Arigato Roboto.
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