Robots in science and life

• Robots in science and life

The beginning of the XXI century is characterized by the constant improvement of robotics, which is used in the field of space exploration, health, public safety, entertainment, defense, and other areas of science and life. Robots significantly expand our capabilities and replaced with people too dangerous or difficult jobs.

Robots in science and life

The engineer controls the robot "Incredible bionic man" ( "The Incredible Bionic Man") at the National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, October 17, 2013.

Robots in science and life

Humanoid Robot "Atlas", developed by the American engineering company Boston Dynamics, during a media preview in Hong Kong University, October 17, 2013. The robot height of 1, 83 meters and weighing 149 kilograms 7, made from high-grade aluminum and titanium, worth 15 million Hong Kong dollars (1, 93 million US dollars). The robot is able to perform a number of different movements, such as walking and gymnastics.

Robots in science and life

A man holds Telenoid R1 robot at the exhibition of achievements in the field of robotics Innorobo 2013 (Innovation Robotics Summit) in Lyon, France, March 19, 2013.

Robots in science and life

Robots LS3, developed by the Agency of the US Defense Advanced Research Projects (DARPA), running through the field at the time of testing. LS3 robots are designed for transport of cargo over rough terrain.

Robots in science and life

Earth Photo taken Juno spacecraft during testing equipment. Automatic interplanetary station "Juno" is designed to study Jupiter, it was launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, August 5, 2011.

Robots in science and life

Laser lights illuminate the robot, which is part of the interior Robot Restaurant restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, October 6, 2013.

Robots in science and life

SWAT robot, small, like a tank remotely operated vehicle designed by Howe & Howe Technologies, during a press preview in Sanford, Maine, April 18, 2013. The robot can serve as a shield for the soldiers SWAT units and emergency services personnel during confrontations with armed criminals.

Robots in science and life

The student keeps the robotic eel in New Orleans University, October 2, 2012. Acne is able to easily maneuver in dangerous waters in search of underwater mines, while remaining invisible to radar.

Robots in science and life

The robotic dragon from the medieval play "The Dragon's Sting" burning Christmas trees in the town of Furth im Wald, Germany, January 24, 2013.

Robots in science and life

Australian company Marathon representatives will present the robot moving target Robotic Moving Targets at the US Marine Corps, "Quantico", Virginia, September 24, 2013.

Robots in science and life

Robots carry about orders Robot Restaurant restaurant in Harbin in Heilongjiang Province, China, January 12, 2013. The restaurant has 20 robots in height from 1, 3 to 1 and 6 meters, able to cook and hydrating dish. After two hours of charging robots can run for 5 hours without a break.

Robots in science and life

Danish scientist Henrik Scharfe (right) poses with her exact replica, a humanoid robot Geminoid-DK, during a presentation at the National Olympiad of robots in San Jose, California, August 16, 2013.

Robots in science and life

The robotic arm of the Mobile Servicing System "Canadarm 2" International Space Station holds the transport spaceship Dragon-2 SpaceX, March 26, 2013.

Robots in science and life

31-year-old software engineer from Seattle, Washington, Zach Wouter (Zac Vawter) is preparing to conquer the 103-storey skyscraper "Willis Tower" with a bionic prosthetic foot in Chicago, Illinois, November 4, 2012. Center for Bionic Medicine in Chicago (Center for Bionic Medicine) has developed a technology to enable people with disabilities to manage their dentures using thoughts.

Robots in science and life

Robot jockeys are riding camels at the weekly races in Kebd in Kuwait, January 26, 2013. Robots controlled drovers who follow the camels in cars.

Robots in science and life

Rover NASA GROVER at the research station "Upper Camp" in Greenland, May 10, 2013. Autonomous robot GROVER, power is performed at the expense of solar energy fitted with radar, which examines the layers of ice on the ice sheet Greenland.

Robots in science and life

humanoid robot bartender "Karl" working behind the counter in a bar Robots Bar and Lounge in the town of Ilmenau in eastern Germany, July 26, 2013. "Karl" knows how to mix cocktails and engage with visitors in a short conversation.

Robots in science and life

The demonstration model of the unmanned X-47B combat aircraft takes off from the aircraft carrier "George Bush".

Robots in science and life

Humanoid Robot "Atlas", developed by the American engineering company Boston Dynamics, demonstrates the techniques of martial arts Tai Chi during a press conference at the Hong Kong University, October 17, 2013.

Robots in science and life

The rover "Opportunity", NASA collects data in its 3412 th hydrochloric stay on the surface of Mars, August 29, 2013.

Robots in science and life

Rosser Prior (Rosser Pryor), co-owner and president of Factory Automation Systems, poses near the new high-performance industrial robot in the branch office in Atlanta, Georgia, January 15, 2013.

Robots in science and life

Chinese inventor Tao Xiangli makes the item for your homemade robot at home in Beijing, May 15, 2013. To create a robot from used metal parts and electrical wires 37-year-old Chinese man spent about 25 thousand dollars. Robot height 2, 1 meter weighs about 480 kg.

Robots in science and life

Reporters photographed the new robot Toshiba, which, according to developers, is able to carry out research and restoration work on the nuclear power plant emergency, "Fukushima-1", during a press preview in Yokohama, November 21, 2012.

Robots in science and life

The robot is designed to explore the ruins, it operates in the Quetzalcoatl Temple near the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan is 60 kilometers north of Mexico City, April 22, 2013.