Friday, February 4, 2022

Ameca - The world's most advanced human-shaped robot is currently under construction.


Ameca robot

Engineered Arts, a British business, recently released films of Ameca, a humanoid robot that perfectly mimics actions and expressions.

Humanoid robots aren't a new concept. Engineers have long been able to create machines that have the appearance of a human being. However, this week they took it a step further and created something previously unimaginable: a robot that can mimic a person's actions and expressions.

Engineered Arts, a British business committed to the production of robots, has revealed previously unreleased films of Ameca, one of the projects on which they have been working for years. "It is the world's most advanced human-shaped robot. It is at the forefront of human robotic technology "When the audiovisual content was released, the company said.

In the video, you can see how one of the engineers uses a computer to control a robot that can perfectly imitate human gestures. The videos clearly show the "face" of the humanoid robot performing facial gestures to perfection, from smiles to expressions of awe.

Ameca is the perfect humanoid robot platform for human-robot interaction, according to the platform. They continue: "We are committed to providing you with cutting-edge solutions that are dependable, modular, upgradeable, and simple to build. A human-like artificial body is required for human-like artificial intelligence "..

"Artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms can be tested and developed on Ameca coupled with our sophisticated Tritium robot operating system," the robot's inventors said. "The Ameca hardware is based on our own humanoid robotics research and is built on our advanced Mesmer technology," they add.

Ameca is a development platform for the time being. It is, however, a significant draw, as are the company's other robots, such as Mesmer and RoboThespian. It's so popular that the official Engineered Arts website offers it for sale or rental for occasions.

Ameca's background

The company that produced the humanoid robot revealed some of its unique features to go along with the videos. "Reliability is critical, and all of our robots are built to last in real-world activity, not just in the lab," the company, situated in Cornwall, west of London, noted.

"The modular architecture enables for future updates, both physical and software, to expand Ameca's capabilities, all without having to pay out for a fully new robot," the engineers in charge add. In other words, if more features are needed, a new robot does not need to be developed; instead, the existing robot will adapt to the new functions.

"Ameca can instantly engage with anyone thanks to her smooth, realistic movement and advanced facial expression capabilities. Ameca is the ideal platform for fostering human-to-human connection in any metaverse or digital domain "Engineered Arts has been added to the mix.

To sum up, the company's executives state that all of the robots they create are cloud-connected so that they may profit from it and so provide users with the most up-to-date information as it emerges in the international technological community.

"Get access to all robot data, control them as your personal avatar, animate and simulate," the company offers anyone interested in purchasing one of their robots.


Article Author Gerluxe

Image: cnet/ engineered arts

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