Monday, December 19, 2016

Space1 Humanoid Robot Website

Space1 has a greater humanoid presence in the space program which is now large and vast enough to warrant the founding of a new web site devoted specifically to humanoid robots.

At the time of introduction, I.sobot was in the Guinness book of world records for being the smallest bipedal mass produced humanoid robot. This robot was used in a Humanoido Laboratory experiment to exemplify the repair of a space telescope. This was the debut of humanoid robots as a forerunner in Space1.

Robonova was one of the first commercially available walking humanoid robots from Korea. JD is a newer and more advanced humanoid from Canada with advanced vision and face recognition. Each robot has its own strengths. The web site can cover many of these interesting and useful facets of humanoid robots. These robots, old and new, are a community which needs to be preserved and the web site is one way of contributing to this cause.

To get an idea of the power of these humanoids, the i-SOBOT walks, talks, dances, performs karate, does somersaults, does push-ups, duels, plays air guitar and does about 180 other preprogrammed individual movements. These movements can even be combined into 240 move sequences, it can respond to voice commands and for more fun can be controlled manually with the remote control. It's little wonder that i-SOBOT was outside practicing a space walk to repair a space telescope.

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