Posted by: robotnews | October 21, 2005

Manus-I Humanoid Robot


Talk about cool robots! Robhatah’s Manus-I is humanoid soccer-playing robot with a couple of international victories under its belt, with functionality that includes visual-tracking and walking towards colored targets, dynamic walking, obstacle avoidance, climbing stairs, and getting up from a seated position. Also interesting about this robot is it’s a fully modularized and open architecture platform, so developers can modify and add new features. Robhatah provides technical support to students and researchers on projects involving modding the Manus-I, as well.

via Engadget.com

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