University of Tokyo

Bipedal robot uses high-speed vision to run

We have developed a visually controlled bipedal running robot named ACHIRES: Actively Coordinated High-speed Image-processing Running Experiment System. [tweetquote]This robot has a leg length of 14cm...
15 October 2014, by

Ultra high-speed robot based on 1 kHz vision system The Ishikawa Oku Laboratory, at the University of Tokyo, has been at the forefront of developing high-speed vision systems to enable robotic movement that pushes the limit...
22 October 2012, by

Actroid-F android gets a brother, and sight AIST has developed a male version of its Actroid-F, introduced last year. Actroids imitate the movements of people they are watching, and are currently being placed in hos...
02 September 2012, by

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