3D-printed Humanoid Robot

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Connects all kinds of technologies in his body

Artificial Intelligence, Industry 4.0

3D-printed Humanoid Robot
3D-printed Humanoid Robot

The 3D-printed humanoid robot Bob engineered by Iox connects all kinds of technologies in his body: Sensors, motors, microcontrollers and software but also industrial design, an internet connection and artificial intelligence.

Face recognition

He is able to recognize faces and emotions and to react to sounds. The robot can move with the aid of radar and laser technology and can interact with people. Bob has been created for learning purposes: to get experience and knowledge with robot prototyping. Bob is based on a worldwide open-source project called InMoov.

Posted on August 9, 2018 - (2462 views)
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