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Honda's Asimo Humanoid

ASIMO is a humanoid robot created by Honda. Standing at 130 centimeters (4 feet 3 inches) and weighing 54 kilograms (119 pounds), the robot resembles a small astronaut wearing a backpack and can walk or run on two feet at speeds up to 6 km/h (3.7 mph), matching Hitachi's EMIEW.

Swumanoid as a Tool to Help Enhance Speed of Swimming

The Swumanoid project has be developed by the Nakashima Group at Tokyo Institute of Technology. It is hoped that the Swumanoid will help understand how humans can swim at a faster pace and to make this technology a good tool for helping athletes enhance their speed at swimming.

Vibration from the Veratus by Celera Motion

This video demonstrates the robustness of the Veratus optical encoder to vibration.

Custom X-Y-Z Motion Systems with High Throughput, Extreme Accuracy, and Repeatability

Cartesian or Gantry robots used in automated manufacturing, inspection, and medical imaging must consistently and repeatedly measure, position, or manipulate components - or scan across an area at a constant velocity to reliably complete the task at hand.

Rotary Optical Centering from the Optira by Celera Motion

This video gives an overview of an optical centering technique to minimize eccentricity in an Optira rotary encoder disk installation.

The Arrival of Kuratas - A Japanese Engineered Gun-Wielding Robot

Gun-wielding robots are only ever seen in action films, until now. Suidobashi Heavy Industry, A Japanese electronics company in Tokyo, have revealed a $1.2 million gun-wielding robot manipulated using smartphone technology. This robot is powered by diesel, is four meters in height, weighs 4.5 tonnes and can move at 10 km/h.

Contamination Resistance from the Celera Motion Veratus

This video demonstrates the resistance to scale contamination of the Veratus optical encoder.

Celera Motion's Gimbal Mechatronic Assemblies

Celera Motion’s mechatronics team designs and manufactures custom gimbals using our MicroE precision encoders and Applimotion motor components.

Robot Joints with Accuracy, Low Profiles and High Torque

At Celera Motion, we take our components and develop mechatronic assemblies - creating robot joints with extreme accuracy, low profiles, and high torque to deliver a unique solution for your requirements.

Series Motors - Omni™ from Celera Motion

Celera Motion's Omni Series enables OEMs to design high performance, reliable, small and lightweight systems using flexible and easy-to-integrate rotary motor components.

TU Dortmund's Nao-Devils RoboCup 2011

The Nao Devils Dortmund are a RoboCup team by the Robotics Research Institute of TU Dortmund University participating in the Standard Platform League as the successor of team BreDoBrothers, which was a cooperation of the University of Bremen and the TU Dortmund University.

ETH Zurich present quadrocopters cooperatively tossing and catching a ball

Recent developments by researchers at ETH Zurich present three quadrocopters working in co-operation to toss and catch a ball using an elastic net.

Welcome To The Invisible World by Cavitar

Welcome To The Invisible World by Cavitar.... A world in which the unimaginable can be recorded on a camera thanks to our laser illumination. Where you get to see through heat and where brightness is no longer considered an obstacle. Where welding imaging is as clear as a day and welding defects can be identified with ease. Where shockwaves are captured with no motion blur. Where researchers, welders, and those with a curious mind can find something new and unique every single time.

Encoder Installation - Optira by Celera Motion

How to install your Optira encoder unit.

Unmanned Autonomous Tractor

Research at the University of New South Wales, Australia is aiming to provide control mechanisms that can manipulate the agricultural tractor with precision.

Encoder Installation - Veratus by Celera Motion

How to install your Veratus encoder unit.

Australia's University of Newcastle NUbots RoboCup 2011

The name NUbots stand for Newcastle University robots and is the name of the robot soccer competition team of the Newcastle Robotics Lab., Australia, since 2002.

Joggobot: Flying Robot As Friendly Jogging Companion

Dr. Florain ‘Floyd’ Mueller at the Exertion Games Lab RMIT University is currently developing the Joggobot, a flying robot that will work to interact with the human body, play (i.e., sports exercise), and technology.
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