Asimo the robot

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Asimo the robot

  1. 1.  Shivam  Shubham Narang  Vikram Saini
  2. 2. ASIMO Advanced Step in Innovative MObility
  3. 3. QUIRO!
  4. 4. Advanced Step in Innovative MObility Only two-legged robot able to climb stairs and balance on one leg.
  5. 5. A robot to help around the house, help the elderly, or help someone confined to a wheelchair or bed. ASIMO is 4 feet (1.2 meters) high, which is just the right height to look eye to eye with someone seated in a chair.
  6. 6. • ASIMO’s chest area has: • Six ultrasonic sensor to assist walking • Posture control • Speed sensor • A gyroscope sensor • Senses self position and speed • Can calculate other’s speed and position to avoid collisions.
  7. 7. • 26 degrees of freedom. • Cameras installed in head for environment viewing. • User can see what ASIMO sees via USB. • Weighs around 54 kg. • Can walk on different kinds of surfaces. • Can climb a slope of 30 degrees.
  8. 8. • Recognize the person it comes across. • Can understand hand gestures. • Can understand speech. • Recognize a person by face, name and even voice! • Can greet a person with name when meets again. • Can follow a person. • Distinguish between noise and sound.
  9. 9. • Can learn new things via visualisation. • Can be controlled for new tasks. • Can be controlled by speech • Computer, • Wireless controller or • Brain- machine interface.
  10. 10. • Appointed as a part of the Innoventions attraction at Disneyland. • Has been featured in a 15minute show called "Say 'Hello' to Honda's ASIMO".
  11. 11. ASIMO stars in “Step to Safety with ASIMO,” a pedestrian safety program that teaches children safe ways to cross the street. This DVD video program is available free of charge to educators, police officers and safety advocates across the nation through ASIMO’s Web site at asimo.honda.com
  12. 12. POWER TO ASIMO… • Powered by a 51.8 volt li-ion battery. • The battery is 13 pounds in weight. • Stored in its backpack. • Takes 3 hours to charge for one hour.
  13. 13. It can automatically find its charging station and charge itself. COSTLY BUT SATISFYING… THIS IS ASIMO.
  14. 14. Your Toy, Helper, Entertainer, Care-taker And FRIEND. ASIMO

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