Rosie is a research robot that has four-fingered hands, an omnidirectional mobile base, and a wide variety of sensors. It's designed to undertake many of the household chores that humans hate to do.
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Did You Know?
Rosie knows how to autonomously make pancakes and sausages.
Rosie can also autonomously make popcorn and sandwiches. Obviously, TUM grad students have quite an appetite.
- Design based on commercially available industrial and research components. Equipped with compliant arms and hands. Realistic kitchen lab included.
- 190 cm | 74.8 in
- 90 cm | 35.4 in
- 70 cm | 27.6 in
- 300 kg | 661.4 lb
- 7.2 km/h | 4.5 mph
- Two high-resolution cameras, thermal camera, three laser scanners, mini cameras in the fingertips, Microsoft Kinect.
- Two DLR-Kuka LWR arms with DLR-HIT hands.
- 48-V 110-Ah lead-acid batteries
- Two PCs each with two Intel Xeon 2.4 GHz CPUs and 12 GB RAM.
- CRAM (Cognitive Robot Abstract Machine) and CogMan (Cognitive Manipulation) software platforms.
- DEGREES OF FREEDOM (DOF)
- 45 (Arm: 7 DoF x 2; Hand: 13 DoF x 2; Head: 2 DoF; Base: 3 DoF)
- Carbon fiber, aluminum, 3D-printed parts.
- Priceless (as reported by the robot's creators)