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2 HUMANOID EVER-1 ANDROID

3 Ever-1 is a Korean android that is able to move its upper body, speak, and make facial expressions. It can even make eye contact with the people near it.

4 BIG DOG FROM BOSTON DYNAMICS

5 Boston Dynamics’ Big Dog, a gas-powered hydraulic quadruped, moves in an eerily animal way and can easily adapt to its terrain, as well as outside influences like icy pavement and a guy kicking it. Just like a real dog.

6 ARTIFICIAL MOUSE

7 The AMouse(Artificial Mouse) was built by researchers from the University of Tokyo in Japan and the University of Zurich in Switzerland.

8 ARTIFICIAL MOUSE The eventual practical applications of the technology will be for performing repair work in tight spaces, detecting hazardous gasses, exploring confined surroundings, and chewing open every box in your pantry.

9 USC ROBOTA DOLLS

10 Robota dolls help autistic children learn to react to facial expressions. They can also be used for a variety of other learning games and activities for handicapped children.

11 ROBOVOX

12 Martin Bricelj’s eight-meter- tall Robovox is poised to become the new annoying loud guy at the party.

13 ROBOVOX The robot is transported around the world and placed in various public places, then people can use their mobile phones to send text messages to it. The robot will then read out the messages, effectively making that one person’s voice heard in the crowd.

14 REFERENCE /10-of-the-worlds-weirdest-craziest- and-most-useful-robots/


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