via dynamizer.livedoor.biz We mentioned in our previous post about the Tiny Wave robot that it captured many of the top slots during the 1st ROBO-ONE Light competition, so we thought we better put our money where our mouth is. In addition to "Fruit", a Tiny Wave robot, winning the ROBO-ONE Light championship (video above) there […]
via www.youtube.com You would expect that if a top ROBO-ONE builder decided to design a commercial robot kit it would turn out to be awesome. That's exactly what we're seeing with Tomio Sugiura's Tiny Wave humanoid. Drawing on years of experience as one of the ROBO-ONE and ROBO-ONE Gran Prix Champion, Sugiura has definitely come […]
Robots_Dreams_ROBO-ONE_technical_conference-300 Originally uploaded by Robots-Dreams.While it wasn’t part of the official presentation schedule, Sugiura’s Tiny Wave humanoid drew a lot of attention, especially when it donned Gundam headgear.
Here’s a robot video that I found interesting: The Robot Japan events get better and better every time. Last weekend the 5th semi-annual competition was staged drawing a large audience, numerous participants, and an impressive contingent of Korean robot builders including Robot Factory. One of the most crowd pleasing demonstrations at Robot Japan was a […]
Tomio Sugiura, creator of Dynamizer, Tiny Wave, and many other leading edge robots, has branched out into a more commercial enterprise by putting his robot design talents to work creating an animated female fashion mannequin named “Hina” that moves it’s arms quite realistically.
Tomio Sugiura’s amazing Dynamizer humanoid robot is truly a legend. The ROBO-ONE champion biped is known world-wide for it’s ability to perform human like tasks including skiing, baseball pitching, fishing, cooking, slicing vegetables, and mowing the lawn. Based on Dynamizer’s technology, Sugiura developed, and is currently marketing, Tiny Wave, the red robot featured towards the […]
Tomorrow morning readers of the FT magazine, distributed in the UK and Europe with the Financial Times newspaper, will get a special treat. This summer Robin Harding, one of the FT reporters based in Tokyo, was ‘adopted’ by the Team Espresso Pachigi ROBO-ONE soccer team and had the rare opportunity to experience what it’s like to […]