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  • Robotics Done By:
    • A mechanical device that resembles a living animal and moves automatically by remote control.
    Robots
  • A machine that can automatically do tasks normally controlled by humans and mostly is used to perform repetitive tasks on an assembly line.
  • So basically its an electronic machine that has been programmed to carry out some mechanical task.
  • Humanoid Robots
    • A humanoid robot is a robot with its overall appearance based on that of the human body. In general humanoid robots have a torso with a head, two arms and two legs, although some forms of humanoid robots may model only part of the body, for example, from the waist up. Some humanoid robots may also have a 'face', with 'eyes' and 'mouth'. androids are humanoid robots built to resemble a male human, and gynoids are humanoid robots built to resemble a human female.
  • More About Them
    • Humanoid robots can adapt to changes in its environment or itself and continue to reach its goal. This the main difference between them and other robots.
    • Humanoid robots do things/jobs that we wouldn’t necessarily want to do.
  • Asimo
    • Standing at 130 centimeters and weighing 52 kilograms, the robot resembles a small astronaut wearing a backpack and can walk on two feet at speeds up to 6 km/h. ASIMO was created at Honda's Research & Development Wako Fundamental Technical Research Center in Japan. It is the current model in a line of eleven that began in 1986 with EO.
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  • What Asimo Does
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