Sadatoshi Inoue

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This paper describes two humanoid robots developed in the Humanoid Robotics Institute, Waseda University. Hadaly-2 is intended to realize information interaction with humans by integrating environmental recognition with vision, conversation capability (voice recognition, voice synthesis), and gesture behaviors. It also possesses physical interaction(More)
The authors have focused on the bipedal humanoid robot expected to play an active role in human living space, through studies on an anthropomorphic biped walking robot. As the first stage of developing a bipedal humanoid robot, the authors developed the human-size 35 active DOF bipedal humanoid robot “WABIAN” and the human-size 41 active DOF bipedal(More)
The demand for monitoring from high points is increasing to support remote control and accurate monitoring. Unmanned ground vehicles with long arms are used to achieve long-term and accurate monitoring. The use of convex steel tapes is effective for achieving both high strength and lightness of the arm, which prevents the robot from collapsing or the arm(More)
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