Japanese Morden Robots, Humanoid, Actroid, Andoroid

Kokoro’s Actroid, Humanoid Female Robot
This android robot was demoed for Robotopia at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.

Her movements are surprisingly realistic. Obviously a great deal of time and effort has been devoted to studying the body language of real women so that it could be emulated by the android. Of course all of her actions and words are carefully scripted. Her creators have even gone to the trouble of including a little humor.

At one point during the demonstration she explains how she uses specially designed air servos that give her a ‘nice body’, implying that she doesn’t have to watch her calories or worry about gaining weight. Later during the demo she cautions the men in the audience not to touch her because that would be sexual harassment. Interestingly, many of the spectators accepted her comment totally and were nodding their heads politely in agreement. Logically they knew she wasn’t real, but they automatically behaved as if she were.

From a technology perspective, the android, Humanoid is stationary and has air tubes running up through her feet and legs to operate the custom air servos that provide her realistic movement. The air compressor and associated electronics is located in a box about the size of a small, half height refrigerator. Due to all the ambient noise at the event, and the crowds, we really couldn’t determine how loud or annoying Actroid’s air system might actually be.

AKIHABARA ROBOT FESTIVAL: Humanoid, Actroid Female Robot


Japanese Nurse Humanoid Robot
It can do human like movements with almost human like movement. This includes face movements, gestures, speaking, and other movements. It
is truly a robot ahead of its time. For all you know, it might
be coming to a hospital near you :)


She has flexible silicone for skin rather than hard plastic, and a number of sensors and motors to allow her to turn and react in a human-like manner.She can flutter her eyelids and move her hands like a human. She even appears to breathe.

One day robots could fool us into believing they are human.

Japanese scientists have unveiled the most human-looking robot


And she passed her casting test with her 43 kg weight and her 1 meter 58 centimeter build.And though she may resemble a Japanese animation character, her agent says she needs to work more on her expressions if she really wants to become a supermodel.

Japan’s Robot Supermodel Hits the Runway


Please Check This Page also About Wooden Karakuri Robot.
This is Origin of Japanese Morden Robots Technology
Traditional Wooden Karakuri

Related posts

This entry was posted in Morden Technology of Japan and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.