Rabu, 17 Juli 2013

Robotic Technology In Japan

   This time I will be sharing information about the robots made in Japan high tech. Starting from the origin of robots in Japan, a glimpse of how his creation and what's in it for human. Hopefully useful read!

Japanese robot technology

   Forerunner of robots in Japan has existed since the Edo period [1603-1867] is a mechanical doll known as Karakuri Ningyo. Robot started to really developed in Japan since 1973 by Professor Ichiro Kato of Waseda University. The types of robots that have been developed in Japan, among others:


   Asimo is a humanoid robot created by Honda Motor Company. Height 130 cm with a weight of 54 kg. Resembles a small astronaut carrying a backpack and can walk on two legs with at speeds 6km/hour. Officially, the name is an acronym of advance Asimo Step in Innovative Mobility. According to Honda's official statement giving the name has nothing to do with science fiction author name funds inventor Three Laws of Robotics, Isaac Asimov.

   ASIMO can respond when his name was called, at the face of a man who was talking to him and quickly recognize the sound of falling objects or collisions and facing towards the origin of the sound. Asimo can recognize a person's face, even though he or the person is moving. Asimo can recognize about 10 people whose names are already registered and can give greetings to the visitors who come and give information about the arrival of a person by transmitting messages and pictures to guide the visitors as well as visitors to the designated place


   Actroid is a humanoid robot to look like real men developed by Osaka University and manufactured by Kokoro Company Ltd.. [disvisi animatorik Sanrio] was first introduced at the 2003 International Robot Exposition in Tokyo, Japan.

   Many products with different versions were created afterwards. This robot is usually made ​​in such a way that is similar to a young woman of Japanese descent. Actrod is an example of a pioneer for real machine-like android or gynoid in science fiction. Actroid capable of expression as wink, speaking, and breathing. Actroid skin is made of silicone and looks like real human skin. A total of 47 sensors drive paired Actroid in the upper body so that they can react naturally as humans.

   Actroid sensor sensing system capable of driving him to react fast enough to do boxing or parry. But so far the lower body movement is still limited

3. Q-RIO

   Q-Rio or Quest for curiosity is the name given by Sony Dream Robot [SDR] on a humanoid robot that was launched by Sony to follow the success of its predecessor, AIBO. Q-Rio has a height of about 0.6 meters to about 7.3 kilograms berate (www.wikumu.com / news / science). Q-RIO is able to recognize faces and voices to remember someone.

   A video on the official website of Q-RIO robot shows that were interacting with the kids, Q-RIO can run at speeds of 23 cm / sec.


   AIBO or Artificial Intelligence Robot is one of several types of robotic animals are designed and manufactured by Sony in 1999. Able to walk, recognize the surrounding environment and recognize the command to install special software called software AIBO, AIBO has the capability to 'growing' from puppy stage to adult dogs who can recognize 100 voice commands. Without ware AIBO, AIBO can only run clinicmode and can only perform simple movements

Sources: http://lensanet.blogspot.com/2010/06/peran-bangsa-jepang-dalam-perkembangan.html

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