Humanoid Robot, RoboThespian Recieves Igus Manus Award - Engineered Arts

RoboThespian wins IGUS UK Manus Award for Innovation

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RoboThespian, accompanied by Engineered Arts’ Design and Production Engineer, Marcus Hold travelled to London recently to collect the Igus Manus Award UK for innovative applications of their plastic bearing products. Igus’ low friction, small size and lightweight Iglidur bearings compliment the anodised aerospace grade aluminium components used...

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Robot Keynote at Cognitivopolis, Madeira

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Want to see a Robot Keynote Speech? Well, RoboThespian has arrived in Madeira, ahead of his appearance at the Cognitivopolis event at Casa das Mudas this weekend. Click this link for details On Saturday 16th November, Engineered Arts’  Director, Will Jackson is giving a keynote speech “Automating Performance”...

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Humanoid Robot, RoboThespian at International Robot Exhibition - Engineered Arts

iRex 2013 – International Robot Exhibition – Tokyo 6th-9th November 2013

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The Engineered Arts team are looking forward to demonstrating, the humanoid robot, RoboThespian and SociBot at iRex  (International Robot Exhibition) this week. Find us on Booth SR42 in the IROS Pavillion (East Hall 3). Show information:  Rise of the machines: Tokyo Robot show 2013   The day when we...

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Acting Robot in Play UNC Chapel Hill RoboThespian

The Uncanny Valley – A play by Prof. Francesca Talenti at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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A COLLABORATION BETWEEN THE DRAMATIC ARTS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL.   The Uncanny Valley explores the ethical implications of convergence—the melding of the human mind and artificial intelligence. Plagued by a digital doppelganger, Edwin agrees to participate in...

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