Credit: NASA, CAST
Anchored to a foot restraint on the International Space Station's robotic arm, STS-114 Mission Specialist Steve Robinson participates in the mission's third spacewalk.
Credit: commons:User:Dr Juzam
Wolfgang von Kempelen's The Turkish Chess Player.
Remote controlled military robot to clear explosives.
Presentation of the Sony Qrio Robot at the RoboCup 2004.
Credit: Dominic Hart, NASA
The Puma Robotic Sensor Arm for use in virtual reality development and studies at the NASA Ames Research Center, Mountain View, California.
British soldiers with captured German Goliath tracked mines.
Credit: Richard Greenhill, Hugo Elias, Shadow Robot Company
Shadow Dexterous Robot Hand holding a lightbulb.
Team Osaka's humanoid robot practicing for Robocup.
Sony's toy robot dog, Aibo.
Credit: Jared C. Benedict
Facially expressive robot Kismet.
Credit: Mirko Tobias Schaefer
The BIOS Robotlab is designed to write out copies of the bible, mimicking the way they were written out by monks.
Robocup's FU-Fighters small-size team 2004.
Credit: commons:User:Chris 73
Toyota robot at the Toyota Kaikan in Toyota City.
Set of Lego Mindstorms.
Credit: Jeff Keyzer
Monty - a robot from Anybots, tele-operated by a glove.
Credit: As alin
Gerd Hirziner, director of the Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics of the German Aerospace Centre and Justin
Prof. Robert C. Michelson holding his Georgia Tech Entomopter.
The Entomopter is capable of flying on planets such as Mars,
giving several advantages over fixed-wing options.
Credit: University of Edinburgh
The first robot to use 3D vision
to identify the parts for assembly.
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