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You have probably already read about BigDog from Boston Dynamics. They now present their new robot, Petman. When we first saw Petman it totally freaked us out, it is so futuristic and human-like! Boston Dynamics says that Petman will primarily be used to test chemical protection clothing for the US Army. So, you will probably have a hard time to find one for your personal use…

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HRP-4C – The Robot Fashion Model

HRP-4C, the robot fashion model, is scheduled to make her official debut in a fashion show in Tokyo next week (23 of March).  The robot has 8 motors in her face which allows her to show simple emotions like anger and surprise.

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SRV-1 Blackfin – The Mobile Surveillance Robot

With SRV-1 Blackfin surveillance robot you can explore the dangerous terrain of your home or office. The robot is equipped with a 1000MIPS 500Mhz Blackfin BF537 processor, mini video camera and 802.11b/g WiFi. The robot is controlled via Java based console software with a built-in web server.

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Toshiba presents the household robot ApriAttenda


ApriAttenda

The electronics company Toshiba introduces the prototype housekeeping robot ApriAttenda. The robot is able to open doors of a refrigerator and picks up a box during a demonstration of its ability at the company’s laboratory in Kasawaki, Kanagawa prefecture, suburban Tokyo on March 11, 2009.

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With Rovio Wi-Fi Robot you can be at two places at the same time

Rovio Wi-Fi Robot

You can use Rovio Wi-Fi Robot to keep an eye on your home while you are away on vacation. Since the Rovio Robot features a Wi-Fi connectivity you can control it´s movements, camera and audio from anywhere in the world, all via the Internet.

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Spykee – The spy robot

November 19, 2008 by
Spykee – The spy robot

Spykee, from Meccano, is not just another robot. It can see, talk, make phone calls, takes photos, and you can even control it remotely from your computer where ever you are. When you first open your Spykee box you have to build it yourself.

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