fiction has predicted the androids for many years and
scientists are working hard to create artificial humans
for decades. See some of the most realistic and bizarre
machines with oddly human characteristics. 8:17
can hold conversations and answer questions
Realistic Android EVER
realistic robot girls amazingly real models 0:42
Explores Nature of Humanity
robot expert Hiroshi Ishiguro makes lifelike androids
in order to explore what it means to be human. 3:05
Humanoid Talking Robot
simple demonstration of the Avicenna / Ibn Sina humanoid
robot, that I programmed in early 2009 using the robot
physically created by Hanson Robotics (www.hansonrobotics.com).
It has 30 motors in the face, and 30 motors in the body
(neck, shoulders, arms and fingers). The eyes move (including
eyelids & eyelashes) and each eyeball has a color camera
in it, to recognize who it is talking to (using face recognition
software I created). The legs don't move.
Sees with 'Bionic Eye'
man who lost an eye in a shooting accident has been turned
into an 'eyeborg', after doctors fitted a tiny camera
into his eye socket.
Singing Android Heads
Singing Android Heads For $75,000.
Robot looks just like its human master
looks just like its master The first Geminoid Summit was
held at the Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute
International (ATR) in Nara, Japan, last March. Scharfe
attended with his robot double to compare notes with two
other Geminoid owners, including the inventor of the Geminoid
concept, Hiroshi Ishiguro. According to Scharfe, technologies
to make robots more ubiquitous in daily life, such as
bipedal walking, better navigation and obstacle avoidance,
grasping, image recognition and speech synthesis are improving
rapidly. So what will happen when we seriously begin to
combine them all?