Robots that look like humans : a brief look into humanoid robotics
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Yoshida, Eiichi
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2019
This article provides a brief overview of the technology of humanoid robots. First, historical development and hardware progress are presented mainly on human-size full-body biped humanoid robots, together with progress in pattern generation of biped locomotion. Then, «whole-body motion» ? coordinating leg and arm movements to fully leverage humanoids? high degrees of freedom ? is presented, followed by its applications in fields such as device evaluation and large-scale assembly. Upper-body humanoids with a mobile base, which are mainly utilized for research on human-robot interaction and cognitive robotics, are also introduced before addressing current issues and perspectives.

    Yoshida, Eiichi. Robots that look like humans : a brief look into humanoid robotics. En: Mètode Science Studies Journal: Annual Review, 9 2019: 142-151

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