new 2012 asimo robot by honda
sep 23, 2012
new 2012 asimo robot by honda



the newest asimo robot by honda greets visitors at the office

honda‘s newest asimo robot looks like recent models but has been upgraded substantially with a more human-like mobility and social
responsiveness. the latest version has a greater sense of environmental awareness, avoiding obstacles as they present themselves,
voice recognition
capabilities from multiple sources speaking simultaneously, the ability to walk on uneven terrain, great and lead visitors, communicate in sign language,
perform complex tasks with the full mobility of individual fingers, and can now perform advanced physical tasks such as changing activities seemlessly,
running at nine kilometers per hour, and even kicking a ball.


promotional video illustrating all its newest features


increased motor skills and sensitivity allow it to perform complicated tasks


kicking a ball with a running start


communicating through sign language


grabbing a tray of drinks

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