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MAHRU III

Biped humanoid robot Mahru III (150cm, 62Kg) developed in 2007. The ultimate goal of this project is to design biped humanoid robots connected to a wireless network environment so that they can be used in our daily life. Walking control algorithm is realized to make stable walking on an uneven floor possible. The experiments of the first phase shows that humanoid can walk at 1.3 km/h and overcome 1cm protrusions successfully.

The first biped humanoid robot platform we built with
KIST was called Mahru II(male) and Ahra II(female). The
platform designed and manufactured till November, 2005,
showed dancing performance in public, through cooperation
with KIST to integrate whole-body motion generation, visionbased
manipulation and face detection methods[12]. The name
“Mahru” and “Ahra”, determined by a survey of public opinion
done by MIC, originate from ancient Korean words for “top”
and “wisdom” respectively

[source:http://mindtrans.narod.ru/pdfs/Mahru3.pdf].

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Weight 67 kg
Dimensions 150 cm
Country

South-Korea

Created by

KIST, Samsung Electronics

Facial shape

Helmet-Like

Eyebrows

None

Eyes

LED, Round Camera Lense

Eyelashes

None

Eyelids

None

Eyeshape

Round

Nose

None

Inner Mouth

None

Lips

None

Teeth

None

Chin

Abstract

Ears

Abstract

Cheeks

None

Neck

Closer to the upper body compared to humans, Smaller compared to humans

Degrees of Freedom

3

Skin Type

Plastic

Skin Color

blue, White

Facial Hair

None

Purpose

Assistant, Demonstration, Domestic, Telexistence

Introduction to public

2007

Frame composition

Human-Like

Gender

Male

Origin

Undefined

Version

Undefined

Target group

Undefined

Mouth

None

Mouth emotion

Not defined

Tongue

None

Eye Size

Out of proportion, big

Head-Neck-Body

Head-Neck-Body

Talking

None

Eye Specification

Iris and Pupil