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Press Release 09-117
U.S. and Korean Researchers Unveil Newest Research Team Member: Jaemi the Humanoid

Project aims to enable humanoids to interact with people and their environment

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Two kids and robot Jaemi HUBO playing Simon Says.

Children playing Simon Says with Jaemi HUBO at the Please Touch Museum in Philadelphia, where Jaemi visited last weekend.

Credit: Lisa-Joy Zgorski, National Science Foundation


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A little girl and robot Jaemi HUBO, with researcher

A little girl is charmed during Jaemi HUBO's recent unveiling and visit to the Please Touch Museum in Philadelphia.

Credit: Lisa-Joy Zgorski, National Science Foundation


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Humanoid Jaemi HUBO robot.

Humanoid Jaemi HUBO is a celebration of an American and Korean research collaboration.

Credit: Lisa-Joy Zgorski, National Science Foundation


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Jaemi HUBO and children waving goodbye

Jaemi HUBO and its child fan base wave goodbye at the end of a demonstration at the Please Touch Museum in Philadelphia, where many demos were given last weekend. Jaemi HUBO will be housed at Drexel University in Philadelphia, but available for travel and personal appearances by appointment.

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