Hanson’s character robots captivate people with the world’s best robotic facial expressions and amazing conversational capabilities attained through artificial intelligence (AI) software and patented materials and mechanical innovations. These robots actually see your face, make eye contact with you, and understand speech to engage you in witty dialogue. These breakthrough technologies in artificial intelligence and humanlike gestures create the impression that the robots are truly aware and caring.
This may seem like the stuff of dreams, but Hanson makes this technology available today! Our robots are ready to serve in retail, tradeshows, restaurants, themeparks, fine arts, research robotics, and even consumer products.
Call us about your custom needs! We can portray anyone, from cartoon characters to historical figures, as demonstrated with our famous Albert Einstein robot, featured on the cover of WIRED Magazine, and on Good Morning America (Nov. 2006). Hanson’s award-winning robots are world renowned, both in academia and popular culture, with media attention including CNN, BBC, MSNBC, Discovery Channel, USA today, New York Times, Business Week, Popular Science, and many more. Everywhere Hanson’s robotic characters are shown, huge crowds gather to interact with them. Quite simply, these robots blow people’s mind.
The Hanson Difference
Our patented Frubber material enables the most lifelike robotic facial expressions in the world, while using only 1/20th the power of previous rubber materials. This allows our robots to run on small batteries, and to be the first and only fully expressive walking robots in history. Meanwhile our Character Engine software controls the robotic gestures with the grace of high-end computer animation, even during a natural conversation with people, and can simulate any personality.
In short, Hanson Robotics transmutes robotics into a revolutionary form of character animation, realizing the living, intelligent character. Contact us today to see how our patented technologies can help to distinguish you from the masses.
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