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Nash

The Nanyang Technological University created a service robot called NASH. It would one day replace human maids and factory workers. Constructed from lightweight aluminium and hard plastic, this 1.8 meter tall, 80 kg robot is considered to be the world’s smartest humanoid robot.

Short for NTU Advance Smart Humanoid, NASH is able to copy human motion, climb a flight of stairs, follow verbal commands, and can even recognize things like apples and cups, among others. With its advanced technologies, the NASH robot can even make decisions based on the information it gathers, respond to human languages and understand the commands it receives.

As a service or maid robot, the NASH can lift objects that weigh as much as 40kg on its back and 10kg per hand. Additionally, developers made this robot stable enough to resist being pushed and pulled from different directions.

Researchers at the Singaporean institution hope that one day this humanoid robot can autonomously interact with humans, aid them with their daily tasks and eventually, help the older people effectively.
[Source: http://www.roboticstoday.com/robots/nash-description].

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Weight 80 kg
Dimensions 180 cm
Country

Singapore

Created by

Nanyang Technological Univeristy

Introduction to public

2011

Facial shape

Helmet-Like

Eyebrows

None

Eyes

Holes, Round Camera Lense

Eyelids

None

Eyelashes

None

Eyeshape

Round

Nose

None

Teeth

None

Facial Hair

None

Neck

Tech visible

Inner Mouth

Black

Lips

None

Chin

Helmet-Like chin

Ears

Abstract

Cheeks

Helmet cheeks

Degrees of Freedom

0

Skin Type

Not defined

Skin Color

Black, White

Frame composition

Human-Like

Eye Size

Out of proportion, big

Tongue

None

Purpose

Social, Study

Gender

Undefined

Origin

Study

Version

Undefined

Target group

Researchers and Programmers

Mouth

function defines form

Mouth emotion

Neutral

Head-Neck-Body

Head-Neck-Body

Talking

None

Eye Specification

Pupil Only