Female Robot Store Mannequin Real World Test (Video)

A female robot store mannequin developed by the Sugiura Machine Design Office (http://www.machinedesign.co.jp), is currently in actual use at the Parco Department store in Ikebukuro.

Each of the robots arms features 4 degrees of freedom enabling it to mimic human body language. The robot operates over 10 hours a day, so reliability was a major design concern.

The actual movement routines vary over the period of an hour. There are currently three body language routines. The mannequin's limbs were designed and 3D printed (more on that later.)

The robot is expected to be on display for about a month.
By tempusmaster

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