Mahru Humanoid Robot True-Time Teleoperation

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Mahru Humanoid Robot Real-Time Teleoperation

Created at the Korea Institute of Science and Engineering (KIST), the humanoid robot Mahru can be controlled in real time by a human operator wearing a motion-capture method. For much more robot news, go to spectrum.ieee.org

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25 thoughts on “Mahru Humanoid Robot True-Time Teleoperation

  1. STOP TRYING TO MAKE THIS USELESS LITTLE STUPID FUCKING ROBOTS AND
    START MAKING THE GUNDAMS ALREADY, GOD DAMNIT

  2. is this supposed to be ‘new’ tech? jeez, this is OLD shit! that was like 1980s era performance…the stuff they have now is downright scary…

  3. this is how wars will be fought in the future… except that the human and the robot would switch places

  4. @OntDinRS it isnt about the robot. It is about the way they developed to train the brain of the robot. Now apply this to advanced robot like Asimo.

  5. It’s laggy. Loud. Ugly. Out of proportion. It’s like a walking junkbot.

    But it costs probably more than ANYONE would like to admit.

    Fucking Robotics.
    Y U NO CHEEP AND FOR ALL?

  6. its funny that the robot’s arms move a second before the guy’s do. its almost like that was a que. almost like the guy is following the robot. like its a very simple routine they memorized for the guy to do based on whatever movements they could program the robot to do. i smell FRAUD.

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