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Roboy

Roboy is an advanced humanoid robot that was developed at the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory of the University of Zurich, and was publicly presented on March 8, 2013. Originally designed to emulate humans with the future possibility of helping out in daily environments,[1] Roboy is a project that has involved both engineers and scientists. Initiated in 2012 by Pascal Kaufmann, Roboy is the work of engineers who designed him according to design principles developed by Prof. Dr. Rolf Pfeifer, the AI lab director, in conjunction with the assistance of other development partners. Both the team members and the partners of the Roboy project share a commitment toward continued research in the area of soft robotics.[1] Later Roboy was moved to Munich, Germany, where Rafael Hostettler conducts research on it at the Technical University.
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Weight 30 kg
Dimensions 120 cm
Facial shape

Alien-Like

Eyebrows

None

Eyes

Projected, Screen shaped eyes

Eyelashes

None

Eyelids

None

Eyeshape

Oval

Nose

None

Inner Mouth

None

Lips

Projected

Teeth

None

Chin

Anthropomorphic human chin

Ears

Abstract

Cheeks

anthropomorphic cheeks

Neck

Tech visible

Degrees of Freedom

3

Skin Type

Not defined

Skin Color

blue, White

Facial Hair

None

Country

Germany

Purpose

Demonstration, Opensource, Study

Created by

Artificial Intelligence Laboratory of the University of Zurich

Frame composition

Child Like

Gender

Male

Origin

Helper

Version

Ongoing

Target group

All ages

Mouth

Projected

Mouth emotion

Smiling

Tongue

None

Eye Size

Out of proportion, big

Head-Neck-Body

Head-Neck-Body

Introduction to public

2013

Eye Specification

Eyes with eyewhite, iris and pupil

Talking

Projection