HRP-2 is a popular research humanoid with a deliberately futuristic look. It can cooperate with humans in lifting heavy objects, walk on uneven surfaces, and even get up by itself if it falls over.
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HRP-2's exterior was created by Yutaka Izubuchi, a designer famous for his anime robots.
A special compact battery and electrical system mean that HRP-2 doesn't need a "power backpack" like many other large humanoid robots do.
- Open architecture and powerful simulation tools. Equipped with a "cantilevered crotch joint" for walking in confined spaces.
- 154 cm | 60.6 in
- 33.7 cm | 13.3 in
- 65.4 cm | 25.7 in
- 58 kg | 127.9 lb
- 2 km/h | 1.2 mph
- Three cameras, three-axis gyro, three-axis accelerometer, 30 motor encoders, six-axis force sensors in the arms and legs.
- 30 DC motors
- 48-V 14.8-Ah nickel-metal hydride battery
- Two CPU boards
- Linux OS
- DEGREES OF FREEDOM (DOF)
- 30 (Head: 2 DoF; Arm: 6 DoF x 2; Hand: 1 DoF x 2; Waist: 2 DoF; Leg: 6 DoF x 2)
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