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Ibn Sina

The Ibn Sina Robot is the world’s first android robot with Arabic language conversational abilities. Ibn Sina was named after the famous polymath (Avicenna) of the 11th century and was created at the Interactive Robots and Media Lab of the United Arab Emirates University. The robot is capable of facial expressions, hand gestures, Arabic language dialogue, face detection and face recognition.[1][2] It is part of a novel Interactive Theatre installation, within a circular room with a diameter of 13 meters, containing a stage, a projection screen, and sensors. Experimentation regarding multiple forms of tele-participation in the theatre is taking place; such as live interactions between physically present robots and humans with avatars in online virtual worlds, and remote control of robots through brain-computer interfacing.

The robot was demonstrated in the GITEX 2009 exhibition in Dubai, where it interacted with more than one thousand visitors, and has been featured in world media numerous times such as the UAE National,[1] BBC,[2] Agence France Press (AFP),[3] Al Jazeera and others.[source: Wikipedia]

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build year is a subjective indication

Weight 60 kg
Facial shape

Human-Like

Eyebrows

Hair

Eyes

Human-realistic

Eyelashes

Hair

Eyelids

Upper eyelid

Eyeshape

Human-Like

Nose

Nose with airholes

Inner Mouth

Black

Lips

Human-Like

Teeth

Not visible

Chin

Human-Like

Ears

Human-Like

Cheeks

Human-Like

Neck

Human-Like

Degrees of Freedom

19

Skin Type

Latex/Silicone rubber

Skin Color

White human skin

Facial Hair

Beard, head hair, Moustache

Country

United Arab Emirates

Purpose

Social

Frame composition

Human-Like

Gender

Male

Created by

Interactive Robots, Media Lab

Origin

Historical Figure

Mouth

Human-Like

Tongue

Not visible

Mouth emotion

Neutral

Eye Size

Human-Like

Head-Neck-Body

Head-Neck-Body

Version

Undefined

Target group

Undefined

Introduction to public

2009

Talking

Human-Like

Eye Specification

Eyes with eyewhite, iris and pupil