Honda has tested a 49-foot replica of their ASIMO humanoid robot, that’s 12 times the height of the original. The animated replica will be a guest of honor at the 120th Rose Parade as well as kick off Honda’s 50th anniversary of U.S. operations.
WowWee’s first female robot ever, Femisapien, is now available for purchase for $99.99 USD. She’s been spotted for sale at Amazon.com, Target and WowWee’s online store. About the Femisapien, also known as E.M.A. the Kissing Robot: Sophisticated and independent, her advanced design and AI allow […]
I’m sure you are all familiar with the Evolution of Dance video. It’s still the most viewed video of all time over at the YouTube website. Well, the guys working on the upcoming MechRC humanoid decided to do their own robot version of the famous […]
Remember the news about the plans to let Honda’s humanoid robot ASIMO conduct the Detroit Symphony Orchestra? It looks like he did a good job: (This video is no longer available.) More cool videos can be found at the brand new official Honda YouTube channel. […]
At May 13 Honda’s humanoid robot ASIMO will be conducting the Detroit Symphony Orchestra as it performs “Impossible Dream” to open a special concert performance with renowned cellist Yo-Yo.
Pirkus-R Type-01 DX, from the Japanese Robot Labs company, is a new humanoid with quite an amazing face recognition feature.
Video footage of i-SOBOT, the world’s smallest mass produced humanoid robot, in a no holds barred battle up against Godzilla: While many celebrate the triumphant arrival of Takara/Tomy’s tiny humanoid robot upon American shores, a disturbing development comes with it. All across the USA, i-SOBOT […]
This official Tomy/Takara i-SOBOT video shows the tiny talented humanoid robot doing flips, talking, and gives a brief overview of several of its features: In other i-SOBOT news the official i-SOBOT web site now has some of the Japanese web pages up; still waiting on […]
The SPC-101C humanoid robot from the Japanese Speecys company is 40 cm (15.7 inches) tall and comes with a “face-recognizing” feature. It can walk, talk, check your emails, and laugh – as you can see in this video: SPC-101C is currently priced around $3,000 USD […]