the latest japanese robots the latest japanese robots
oct 07, 2008

the latest japanese robots

ifbot by business design laboratory is highly attuned to human emotions and can communicate with a range of its own facial expressions

 

regular designboom readers will understand our fascination with robots. small, large, scary or just plain weird, robots seem to capture people’s imagination. CEATEC is a japanese tradeshow which is dedicated to home electronics and robots. here are a few of the new bots that were on display.

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female robots

murata seisaku-kun rides a bicycle and murata seiko-chan rides a unicycle

‘br23c biomimetic robot car’ by nissan has an anti-crash system which is inspired by bumblebees l: enon robot by fujitsu interacts with customer and guides them through stores r: mechadroid type c3 receptionist robot by business design laboratory guides visitors through face recognition

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