Samsung's new Roboray humanoid robot walks the walk

Samsung’s new Roboray humanoid robot walks the walk
By Jason Falconer
October 14, 2012

Samsung robotika divisi disajikan humanoid terbaru perusahaan robot, Roboray, di IROs 2012 di Portugal pekan lalu. Para peneliti yang dipimpin oleh Roh Kyungsik telah co-mengembangkan robot humanoid dengan Institut Korea Sains dan Teknologi (KIST) sejak tahun 2004 dan Roboray adalah keberangkatan dari robot mereka sebelumnya (dikenal sebagai “Mahru”, yang ada beberapa model) thanks sendi kaki torsi yang dikendalikannya, yang memberikan kemampuan berjalan lebih mirip manusia.

Samsung’s robotics division presented the company’s latest humanoid robot, Roboray, at IROS 2012 in Portugal last week. Researchers led by Kyungsik Roh have been co-developing humanoid robots with the Korean Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) since 2004 and the Roboray is a departure from their earlier robot (known as “Mahru”, of which there are several models) thanks to its torque controlled leg joints, which give it more human-like walking capabilities.

Samsung Roboray

Mahru 3 walking demo

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