Hello, today we're going to present you Pepper the robot. Pepper is a humanoïd robot, he was created in june 2014 by Alderaban Robotics and Softbank. His height is 1,20 m and his weight is 28 kg. He has 3 wheels, 3 cameras with one in 3D and 2 in HD. He has 14 sensors ( 5 tactile sensors, 2 sonars, 6 lasers and 1 gyroscopic sensor) and 4 microphones. He can be programmed to do whatever you want. He was created to be a human companion and interact with humans. He can talk with others, play with kids…
This robot was created by Fujitsu Laboratories. This robot looks like a teddy bear. He was created to entertain the children or help old people who have Alzheimer disease, he can entertain all the house. When you move he imitates your movements with his cameras. When you are sad for exemple he detects this and he reacts to change your emotion. When you touch him he detects your hand with sensors and he is happy and he laughs with his microphone and when you touch his feet he laughs again. If you don't use him for a long time he falls asleep. He can move his legs, his arms. his hand and his head from the right to the left.
His name is Flyingrobot. He looks like a seagull. His wingspan is two meters. It weighs 450g. It has a gear activated by just one motor, which transfers the circulation in a carbon fibre structure in the wings. He has three sensors to detect obstacles and to enable him to fly on his own. In total there are 135 motors to move the head. It was developed by Markus Fischer.
Simon was designed by the Interactive Computing Georgia Institute Of Technology in 2007. He looks like human : he has two arms and two hands, he has a face with eyes, eyelids and nose. His arms and his hands are as tall as human limbs. Simon can put objects in colored bins, he can see and recognize objets and humans and he can talk with them. He has cameras and motors. Everybody can use it, everybody can have it in their house.
Paro robot was created by Takeshenori in 2000. Paro looks like a real baby seal, he can move his head from the right to the left and from the bottom to the top and move his lateral fins. For more reality he can cry like a baby seal. He has got many sensors (~12), his weight is 2,5 kg and is 57cm long. The robot was created to be a companion for old people in nursing homes.
Pepper the humanoïd robot is 1.20 m, he weighs 28 kg. He was created in june 2014 by Aldebaran robotics and SoftBank in Japan. This robot uses 3 wheels ,3 cameras (1 in 3d and 2 in HD), he has 12 sensors (2 sonars , 6 lasers , 3 bumpers sensors and 1 gyroscope). He is fully programmable so he can do anything. His purpose is to be a companion for humans. He can be used in a family or in a firm to welcome the visitors. We think that's all for this robot so see you after on our blog!!
Its name is bear it was created in 2010 by Fujitsu entreprise and it looks like a bear. It is equipped with 30 sensors, it can detect human touch on its chest, it has got a camera on its nose. It was created to be a companion for children or old people, it can dance, imitate some emotions, smile, wave and it can sleep.
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Ce matin les élèves ont participé au concours académique de robotique Robofesta. Le thème de cette année étant la comédie musicale les élèves ont décidé de présenter deux chorégraphies de robots : la Petite Sirène et le Roi Lion. Ces performances leur ont permis d'obtenir la première et le deuxième place dans l'épreuve de chorégraphie. C'est la septième année consécutive qu'ils sont sacrés champion de Bretagne !
Dans le cadre des cours d'anglais la classe de seconde 4 a participé au concours "Non au harcèlement" avec 59 autres établissements de l'académie. L'affiche réalisée par Louann et Lucie a remporté le prix "Coup de Cœur". Alors bravo aux élèves et à Alexandra !!!
Et le recteur est venu en personne féliciter la classe et leur enseignante.
Il en a également profité pour féliciter les élèves pour leurs performances à Robot-SM.