An impressive video of Honda's ASIMO, running, walking backwards, hopping on one foot and even kicking a football.Continue reading
Honda has unveiled an all-new ASIMO humanoid robot with a world-first technology allowing ASIMO to move without being controlled by an operator. With significantly improved intelligence and the physical ability to adapt to situations, ASIMO has taken another step closer to practical use in an office or public space.
Honda has also introduced a new task-performing robot arm. This experimental model was developed while applying multi-joint and posture control technologies to ASIMO. This robot arm can be controlled remotely to perform tasks in places which are difficult for people to access.Continue reading
Honda has now released their Honda ASIMO iPhone application for Android.
Walk through Honda's robot development history, from 1986 when the first robot aimed at researching bipedal walking was created, to ASIMO, Honda's latest robot. Walk to evolve your robot to ASIMO, so you can race your ASIMO around the Suzuka circuit. By completing one lap (5.8km) with ASIMO, you can compare your lap time with other players worldwide and share via Twitter and Facebook.
The application can be installed from your phone's app store or market place, or visit the following page for more details: http://world.honda.com/ASIMO/RunWithASIMO/
ASIMO reached a huge milestone and celebrated its 10th Anniversary on 31st October. A decade ago, Honda created a humanoid robot so advanced it started a revolution in humanoid robot technology. To mark this date, dedicated Anniversary websites and films have been launched today, with new photos, videos, the story of its creation and smartphone apps.Continue reading
Back in May (we've only just come across this news), Honda Asimo was the unlikely conductor at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in the United States. The performance was met with enthusiastic shouts from the audience as it took a final bow.
An amazing technical feat by Honda.