The age when robots were a piece of metal that move hardly and slowly has gone. Even the robot dance is going to be old fashion. Engineered Arts, the UK’s leading designer and manufacturer, introduced its newest robot that has the most realistic facial expressions, Ameca.
Amica is a very unique humanoid robot that can imitate human expressions exactly. The company released a short video on YouTube showing off its new bot coming to life.
Developing non-verbal communication is the next level of artificial intelligence. We could say that the kick-off with Ameca was successful.
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As you can see in the video, the robot can move its arms and head smoothly. Moving from waking up to a surprising expression seems totally natural.
However, for now, Ameca still can’t walk because Its lower half is quite non-functional as the Engineered Arts website says. But it doesn’t matter, the focus will be essentially on the face. This is why Its creators call it the Future Face of Robotics.
Engineered Arts uses Tritium operating system to power the robot. That could help companies or startups to develop and test their robotics technologies.
The main use of Ameca is as an entertainer at conventions. Companies can rent the robot to demonstrate their tech in front of a live audience.
“We focus on bringing you innovative technologies, which are reliable, modular, upgradeable, and easy to develop upon.” the company says on its website.
But, will we see more robots taking place in the near future?
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