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ICRA 2013 robot photo essay: “Anthropomatics – Technologies for humans”

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10 May 2013



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The theme at this year’s ICRA conference in Karlsruhe, Germany is “Anthropomatics – Technologies for Humans”. Coined by a Karlsruhe informatics professor about 10 years ago, anthropomatics is the science of understanding and improving how humans and robots cooperate, interact and coexist.

Not surprisingly, robots and people have been busy mingling together in the ICRA exhibition hall! Here’s a look at some of the amazing robotic technology on display …

Cute and cuddly

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Roboy
iCub

Dexterous fingers robot_hand_with_apple

hand
hands_grippers

Sporty

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robot_on_swing_NAO
NAO_sitting

Friendly helpers

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Kuka_mobile
telepresence2
robot_wearing_lanyard
PR2

Two legs or four?

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biped
quadruped

Surgical precision

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daVinci_Surgical2

Check out those arms!

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Kuka_mobile2
scitos_mobile
schunk

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ICRA 2013 runs  for five days (May 6-10) and includes two days of workshops/tutorials, and three days of technical presentations, exhibitions and tours.

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Hallie Siegel robotics editor-at-large
Hallie Siegel robotics editor-at-large





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