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Rollin Justin

Justin (also known as Rollin' Justin) is an autonomous and programmable humanoid robot with two arms, developed by the German Aerospace Center (DLR) at the Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics, located in Wessling, Germany.[1][2] Introduced in 2009, this wireless robot is controllable through telepresence, a type of technology that allows a person to feel as if he or she were present from a location other than his or her true location.
Justin is intended to be mounted on its own satellite, maneuver in orbit, and repair other satellites. However, it can also be used on Earth to perform simple tasks.[3] The European Space Agency (ESA) plans to have astronauts aboard the International Space Station teleoperating Justin by 2014.[4] Rollin' Justin has some variations depending on its intended purpose. For example, some versions of Justin may not have wheels. DLR also recently created Agile Justin—an upgraded version of Rollin’ Justin, and TORO—which is similar to Rollin' Justin, except with legs instead of wheels.[5]

Justin's upper body has 43 total controllable degrees of freedom, which is the number of independent factors that define the robot's configuration.

[Source: Wikipedia]

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Weight 45 kg
Dimensions 170 cm
Facial shape

Helmet-Like

Eyebrows

None

Eyes

One screen

Eyelashes

None

Eyelids

None

Eyeshape

Round

Nose

None

Inner Mouth

None

Lips

None

Teeth

None

Chin

Helmet-Like chin

Ears

Abstract

Cheeks

Helmet cheeks

Neck

Tech visible

Skin Type

Not defined

Skin Color

Black, blue, White

Facial Hair

None

Country

Germany

Purpose

Assistant, Operating difficult human tasks, Space, Telexistence

Created by

German Aerospace Center

Frame composition

mobile vehicle

Gender

Male

Origin

Helper

Target group

Astronauts

Mouth

None

Mouth emotion

Not defined

Tongue

None

Eye Size

Undefined

Head-Neck-Body

Head-Neck-Body

Introduction to public

2010

Degrees of Freedom

Undefined

Eye Specification

Camera as Pupil, Pupil Only

Talking

None

Version

Undefined