Robots: Changing the world

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The role of robotics innovation and triumph is changing our real world in the era of the advanced technology and science. Robots appear to be helping human beings with hard and complex tasks in such fields as production, medicine, environment, security, outer space discovery, or military. Nowadays, Japan, which is known as the nation of powerful technology and the leading maker of robots, also introduces to the worldwide market robots that are supposed to replace people in terms of daily tasks. Although, there exist lots of disputes around the down sides of robots like destroying the world or leading to the outbreak of modern war, people still believe the important part of robots in our life today. Let’s review some of the most eye-catching robots as follows:

 


Wakamaru, a Japanese domestic robot, produced by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, is designed for elderly and disabled people. Humanoid robots Wakamaru appears in a drama for the world\'s first robot and human experimental theatre, made by Japanese playwright Oriza Hirata, at Japan\'s Osaka University in Osaka, the west of Japan

Wakamaru, a Japanese domestic robot, is produced by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. The robot is designed for elderly and disabled people. Humanoid robots Wakamaru appears in a drama for the world\'s first robot and human experimental theatre, made by Japanese playwright Oriza Hirata, at Japan\'s Osaka University in Osaka, Japan

 


At the stand of the Darmstadt University of Technology, German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, takes photos with a robot named

At the stand of the Darmstadt University of Technology, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, takes photos with a robot named "Bruno” within the third national IT summit in Darmstadt

 


“Twendy-One” robot shows its ability to keep delicate objects at Department of Mechanical Engineering lab in Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan. The complicated robot was designed and improved by the university\'s team, led by Dr. Shigeki Sugano with the aim of helping people in aging society of Japan

“Twendy-One” robot shows its ability to keep delicate objects at Department of Mechanical Engineering lab in Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan. The complicated robot was designed and improved by the university\'s team, led by Dr. Shigeki Sugano with the aim of helping people in aging society of Japan

 


A Toyota Motor Corporation robot’s photo is captured at a showroom in Tokyo on December 11th, 2008

A Toyota Motor Corporation robot’s photo at a showroom in Tokyo on December 11th, 2008

 


Toyota Motor Corporation introduced the robots that have the ability to play instruments at its showroom in Tokyo

Toyota Motor Corporation introduced the robots that have the ability to play instruments at its showroom in Tokyo

 


A man is shaking hands with robot called “Berti” at the Science Museum in London. This robot, which is a life size humanoid robot, is produced to copycat human gesturing with lots of bones resembling those of human beings

A man is shaking hands with robot called “Berti” at the Science Museum in London. This robot, which is a life size humanoid robot, is produced to copycat human gesturing with lots of bones resembling those of human beings

 


The humanoid robotic system called

The humanoid robotic system called "Rollin\' Justin” is programmed to prepare a tea at the biggest hi-tech fair CeBIT across the globe in Hanover, Germany

 


The robotic baby seals, also known as

The robotic baby seals, also known as "Paro”, are displayed at robot exhibition Robo Japan 2008 in Yokohama. They are equipped with sensors under its fur and whiskers, function reducing patients’ pain in hospitals

 


The MSI produced robot,

The MSI produced robot, "Rich”, shows it capability as a tour guide with the gentle voice offering lots of useful information

 


The unmanned vehicle Robot, Testudo, is designed to be in charge of detecting tasks

The unmanned vehicle Robot, Testudo, is designed to be in charge of detecting tasks

 

 

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This article was published on 2010/10/28