Korean Yujin Robotics Offers iRobi, iClebo Q and Transbot Robots
Korean company Yujin Robotics has announced several robots by now, trying to catch-up with Japanese and American robot competition.
The iRobi is cute house and kid sitter robot. It can be remotely controlled via the web and has a surveillance camera. It can also tutor kids with his large integrated display. The eyes and mouth of the iRobi can show different moods.
More details on the iRobi site (Korean).
The Yujin Robotics iClebo Q is a vacuum robot comparable to the iRobot Roomba (see photo below). AVing has several hi-res photos of the iClebo Q. They chose of all available colors the candy pinkmodel. The iClebo brushes and vacuums. A 2 hour charge gives 150 minutes of cleaning. The Yujin Robotics iClebo measures 350x95mm. More details on the iClebo site.
The Yujin Robotics Transbot is a walking toy robot. It is like a classic transformer. It can transform to a car. The game is to shoot other Transbot with the attached gun. Sensors detect if a Transbot got hit.
More details on the Transbot product page.
See also the Yujin Robotics site for more of their robots.
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