March 18, 2010

Osaka U Gives Birth to M3-Neony and Synchy


The M3-Neony was born in the same lab as the CB2 baby robot, but at least this one is a bit easier on the eyes. He weighs about the same as his real counterpart and has an integrated computer, 22 motors, 90 tactile sensors and 2 cameras. Teach him to walk and talk and his autonomous self will wander around searching for truth from a robotic point of view.

M3-Synchy is another robot from Osaka University that was created to study humans communicating with multiple robots non-verbally. The M3 in each one stands for "Man Made Man."

Via Get Robo

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at March 18, 2010 9:15 AM
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