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Humanoid robot


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Humanoid robot

  1. 1. HUMANOID ROBOTS 1 By Shiva Shankar .K 131FA05020
  2. 2. Different Robots 2
  3. 3. agenda What is a humanoid History Why to develop??? Human evulation Applications Advantages and Disadvantages Conclusion 3
  4. 4. 4 Humanoid robot: It is body shape build to resemble the human body .In general these have a torso,two legs,two arms,head.Thus, it appears and behaves like human. BUT
  5. 5. 5 Photo capturing robot Bullet shooting robot Room cleaning robot
  6. 6. HISTORY 6 Karel capek coined the term “robot” 1921
  7. 7. 7 After 1970 humanoid robots came into evolution Waseda university first time created a Humanoid Robot in 1970(WABOT-1),and in 1980 WABOT-2 Then, ASIMO-Honda’s heavy hitter ROBONAUT by NASA
  8. 8.  WABOT-1: It can communicate in Japanese,can give directions,find objects,artificial ears ,mouth,eyes  WABOT-2: Play’s keyboard,can read sheet music and play it  ASIMO: can go upstairs, run’s 6kh/hr, play soccer, carry 1kg wt  ROBONAUT: wheel chaired, can carry 15kg wt, can work as colleague 8
  9. 9. Why Development????  1985-Hitachi’s WHL-11  1986-1991-Honda’s E series  1989-Pacific Northwest laboratories Manny  Present Day-Honda,Hitachi,Military Institutions, NASA are competing in Robot development 9 Because it is a dream of generations
  10. 10. Human Evolution v/s Humanoid evolution 10
  11. 11. Humanoid Evolution  Nowadays, humanoid robot researchers are focusing on bipedism more than they do in cognition  Stable and robust bipedal locomotion is still a good lab example  It is mandatory for researchers to have cognition for robots  We are in the pre-robotic era compared with the human evolution  In present days ASIMO and PETMAN are more competent robots 11
  12. 12. Advantages  Robots look like human  …..are stronger,tough  … not complain  ……cannot be exhausted  …….Cool 12
  13. 13. Disadvantages  Robots are not well developed  ……..have no emotions  ……Incredibly hard to implement  …..cannot be trusted  ……terrible at performable tasks 13
  14. 14. APPLICATIONS 14
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  16. 16. conclusion…..  Finally, as the technology improves, there will be new ways to use robots which will bring new hopes and new potential. 16
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