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Atlas

Atlas is a bipedal humanoid robot primarily developed by the American robotics company Boston Dynamics, with funding and oversight from the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). The 1.8-meter (6 ft) robot is designed for a variety of search and rescue tasks, and was unveiled to the public on July 11, 2013.[1]

Its limbs possess a total of 28 degrees of freedom. Which makes me believe it has 0 DOF with its head.

A dalek-style security robot I met had the female name Linda. Boston Dynamics describes its Atlas robot only as “humanoid,” but let’s be real: it’s a man. Even disembodied artificial intelligence can be gendered. Apple’s Siri is presented as male and female depending on its voice.(http://motherboard.vice.com/read/were-sexist-toward-robots)

Weight 150 kg
Dimensions 180 cm
Facial shape

No specific form

Eyebrows

None

Eyes

Round Camera Lense

Eyelashes

None

Eyelids

None

Eyeshape

Round

Nose

None

Inner Mouth

None

Lips

None

Teeth

None

Chin

None

Ears

None

Cheeks

None

Neck

Larger compared to human proportion, Tech visible

Degrees of Freedom

0

Skin Type

No skin

Skin Color

Black, White

Facial Hair

None

Country

United States

Purpose

Assistant, Military

Created by

Boston Dynamics

Frame composition

Walking structure

Gender

Male

Origin

Study

Version

Ongoing

Target group

Undefined

Mouth

None

Mouth emotion

Not defined

Tongue

None

Eye Size

Out of proportion, slightly bigger

Head-Neck-Body

Head-Neck-Body

Introduction to public

2013

Eye Specification

Camera as Pupil, Pupil Only

Talking

None