|The robot Herbie and Dr. Susan Calvin |
from Harlan Ellison’s screen play for "I, Robot" illustrated by Mark Zug
To think like a human, does it need
a body like a human?
ECCEROBOT is a robot created by researchers at the University of Sussex. Continue reading “The robot with bones, tendons, and muscles”
This child is about to have a mask
painted on his face by a robot.
(Face obscured for legal reasons.)
The University of Michigan is testing a robotic arm that can alter a human face. Continue reading “The industrial robot face painter”
Here, she shaves an audience volunteer.
Radiana, called a "mechanical man" by the press, was exhibited by Professor John Popjie in the 1920s and 30s. Continue reading “The “robot” called Radiana”
When technology goes… strange.
Explains Nobuhiro Takahashi from the University of
‘SHIRI’ is a buttocks
humanoid robot that expresses various emotions with organic movement of
the artificial muscles."
Watch and react. Continue reading “The human butt robot”
This technical cutaway diagram explains
how he is able to replicate any human emotion.
"I, Robot", x-ray delta one, Flickr>>
No, not that kind of cheating.
Researchers at the Ishikawa Oku Laboratory at the University of Tokyo developed a robot that can cheat at the children’s game rock-paper-scissors. Continue reading “How to cheat using a robot”
It’s still unfair to test if this robot is completely deceptive. Continue reading “Does this robot look human?”
Come on, come keep the robot company
Continue reading “Chatting with a sexy robot”
Naked of her dress,
Continue reading “An 18th Century robot plays her dulcimer”