Japan looks at everyday use of robots

The new humanoid robot “Twendy-one”, developed by Japan’s Waseda University professor Shigeki Sugano (behind robot), carries a tray for meal during a demonstration at Waseda’s laboratory in Tokyo, on 27 November. The Twendy-one, equipped with 47 actuators and two CCDs on its 111kg body, is developed for nursery and household assistance work.

Source: PhysOrg.

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  1. That looks incredible. But I can’t imagine having something that size in the home. It looks funny something that size carrying a tray.

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