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Fuji Soft’s new humanoid is powered by Atom and Ubuntu

by The Oracle on December 22, 2009 · 0 comments

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The world needs humanoids, and Fuji Soft is heeding that call. It just unveiled its new humanoid line at the ever-popular All Japan Robot Tournament, and while the robot doesn’t have a model name yet, one of the delightful personalities pictured above is named Sakura-Chan and both seem pretty keen on a bit of robo-Sumo. The mobility and capabilities of the bots seems pretty standard, with an LED visor for facial expressions, speech recognition and a camera for taking in this odd carbon-based world it finds itself in. What’s more interesting is the Robovie-style off-the-shelf parts inside: Atom CPU, Ubuntu OS and WiFi, all of which are compatible with the Eclipse development environment. The robot should be hitting the streets (of Japan) in early 2010 for a supposedly competitive price. Video is after the break.

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Fuji Soft’s new humanoid is powered by Atom and Ubuntu originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 21 Dec 2009 21:56:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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