Geminoid F is an android copy of a twentysomething Japanese woman. It's designed to be remotely operated, and it can smile, frown, and change facial expressions to mimic the operator's behavior.
Ishiguro Lab, ATR, and Kokoro
- Japan 🇯🇵
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The identity of the Japanese model on which the Geminoid F is based remains a mystery.
Japanese animatronics firm Kokoro and Hiroshi Ishiguro, a researcher at ATR and a professor at Osaka University, unveiled the original Geminoid HI-1 in 2006. In 2010, Kokoro, Ishiguro, and ATR introduced the Geminoid F, based on a female model and designed to study human-robot interaction.
Capable of performing breathing and blinking movements autonomously.
- 80 cm
- 140 cm (sitting posture)
- 60 cm
- 30 kg
12 pneumatic actuators
- Degrees of Freedom (DoF)
- 12 (Face: 7 DoF; Neck: 3 DoF; Chest: 1 DoF; Spine: 1 DoF)
Silicone rubber for skin. Fiber-reinforced plastic for skull. Metal and plastic for internal frame and mechanisms. Urethane foam for shape support. Natural and synthetic hair.
External teleoperation control unit and air valve system
Windows OS. Custom robot control and teleoperation software.
External air compressor