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ASIMO powers up. The first working prototype of ASIMO was completed on October 31, 2000, fulfilling a nearly 15-year quest create a humanoid robot. 1986. Honda sets out to lead the robotics revolution. ASIMO started as a dream: What if we created a humanoid robot that moved and walked just like a real person? Launched in 1986, it was the Honda ...
Read about ASIMO by Honda, the world's most advanced humanoid robot, as well as other robotics technology by ASIMO Innovations.

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  • All New Honda Asimo 2018 at the USA Science and Engineering Festival
    All New Honda Asimo 2018 at the USA Science and Engineering Festival
  • Honda's Asimo: the penalty-taking, bar-tending robot
    Honda's Asimo: the penalty-taking, bar-tending robot
  • ✅HONDA`S ASIMO ROBOT 【4K】Tokyo, Japan
    ✅HONDA`S ASIMO ROBOT 【4K】Tokyo, Japan
  • Honda Robot ASIMO full length demonstration in Japan, Odaiba
    Honda Robot ASIMO full length demonstration in Japan, Odaiba
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    Honda ASIMO Robot | Best of

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ASIMO (Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility) is a humanoid robot created by Honda in 2000. It is currently displayed in the Miraikan museum in Tokyo, Japan.On July 7, 2018, Honda posted the last update of Asimo through their official page stating that it would be ceasing all development and production of Asimo robots in order to focus on more practical applications using the technology ...
ASIMO at Home Honda's ASIMO robot is designed to operate in the real world, where people need to reach for things, move along floors and sidewalks, and climb stairs. ASIMO at the Office Honda's ASIMO robot functions in a real workplace, where ASIMO's size is appropriate for many office tasks.
Asimo is a humanoid robot designed to be a helper to people. It can run, dance, hop, and kick a soccer ball. It travels the world as an ambassador to robokind, making humans excited about robotics.
The Honda ASIMO robot is adept at walking, runs 5.6 MPH, climbs stairs, and even hops on one leg. It can also recognize moving objects, determine the distance and direction of the objects and interpret voice commands and human gestures. The 4-foot-3-inch robot weighs 119 pounds and has a one-hour battery life.
ASIMO can follow a face, or turn its head to a person when being approached or spoken to. The robot also has the ability to recognize general sounds, such as an object falling, or other loud noises.
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