National Science Museum Thailand unveil two new RoboThespian exhibits

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The National Science Museum Thailand and IT museum have each taken delivery of a new RoboThespian exhibit this week, the first RoboThespians ever to be displayed in Thailand.

The robots are the very latest RT4 version, featuring Engineered Arts’ Tritium robot operating system, WebRTC telepresence and projected face technology and will be used to interact with and communicate science and technology education to visitors.

The first robot is already on permanent display to the public at the National Science Museum in Pathum Thani and the second robot is due to take centre stage at the National Science Festival in Bangkok 14th-25th November, after which it will be installed permanently at the nearby IT museum.

See NSM Thailand website for visiting information:


After a 12 hour flight – the Robots have landed ↓


2 RoboThespians in boxes arrive at National Science Museum Thailand

Time to wake up!  ↓


RoboThespian being unboxed at National Science Museum Thailand


Getting to know my new colleagues at National Science Museum, Thailand  ↓

RoboThespian entertains and trains staff at National Science Museum Thailand

Ready to start work

Humanoid Robot RoboThespian Greets Visitors at the National Science Museum Thailand - Engineered Arts

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