【伊朗公开第三代人形机器人Surena】

【伊朗公开第三代人形机器人Surena】伊朗德黑兰大学的凯发电游人员推出了最新一代人形机器人SurenaIII。它装备了包括体感3D视觉模组在内的大量传感器,能够上下台阶和斜坡,在凹凸不平的地面行走,抓住物体以及踢足球。它还拥有视觉,可识别人脸和物体,并追踪人的移动。可进行简单的语音识别。 201511230550591533a_550 be16a12cccfc342_w634_h429 Iran has been working on robots for years, but its latest marvel might be the best yet. This little guy is called the Surena III, and it is a humanoid robot capable of climbing stairs among other neat things. The robot, developed by researchers of the Center for Advanced Systems and Technologies at the University of Tehran, has the height of around 6 feet and weight of 216 pounds. That's basically the height and weight of a normal human being right there, folks. We also understand that the robot uses established functionalities based on the open-source software called Robot Operating System. Interestingly enough, Surena III comes with the ability to interact with its surroundings. It uses facial recognition sensors to tell what is what before physically interacting with objects, humans or even other humanoids, something the previous version could not do. Apart from climbing the stairs, Surena III can maneuver terrains, though we are not certain how difficult the terrain must be to navigate without the robot falling over. When it comes down to the speed, the Iranian-made humanoid can walk at 0.4 miles per hour. Not the most impressive, but that is faster when compared to the old model, so it can be considered as a decent enough improvement. The overall technology is impressive, the sensors that make it possible for the Surena III to recognize faces and objects, comes from the Microsoft Kinect sensor. As we all should already know, apart from tracking and recognizing faces and objects, Kinect allows users to issue voice commands. So, it makes sense that the humanoid robot understands around 200 Persian words. Pretty impressive, right? We agree. The Surena III is remarkable, especially if you put into account that not too many countries in the world have managed to create a robot this sophisticated. 链接:http://www.techtimes.com/articles/108577/20151120/iran-unveils-surena-iii-humanoid-robot-climb-stairs-recognize-faces.htm  

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