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Hands-on With Fujitsu’s “Social” Teddy Bear Robots (Video)

October 7th, 2010 10:40 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

One thing that’s really missing at this year’s CEATEC 2010 exhibition is robots, at least from the bigger companies. One exception is Fujitsu whose so-called “Social Robots” may not look like much from the outside but are actually quite sophisticated. Even though the teddy bear robots sounded pretty creepy (they keep making weird noises, which you can hear in the video embedded below), I was brave enough for a hands-on test.

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