The RQ-TITAN is actuated by RoboBuilder's new line of RQ robot servos which feature high torque and resolution
RoboBuilder's RQ-TITAN features a modular body that can be outfitted with an attractive exoskeleton
A hi-res CAD rendering of RoboBuilder's RQ-TITAN bipedal robot, an open-source humanoid research platform
RoboBuilder's RQ-TITAN, optimized for RoboCup soccer's larger "TeenSize" division, kicks a color-coded soccer ball
Front and side views of RoboBuilder's 95 cm tall, 10 kg RQ-TITAN soccer robot
Let's say you're interested in acquiring a large bipedal robot. Commercial options, like Kawada Industries' HRP-4 and KAIST's HUBO cost upwards of US$300K and $400K respectively. Those could break the bank, and building one from scratch is an expensive and time-consuming process in itself. Now Korean robotics company RoboBuilder is offering a pre-built solution that's one-tenth the cost of those robots, and at approximately three feet tall is big enough to compete in RoboCup soccer's "TeenSize" division.
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