The robot mimics human facial expressions and emotions. It is able to actively gesture with its arms, speak and broadcast information on the screen
Promobot, a manufacturer of autonomous service robots, has created Robo-C2, a new humanoid robot companion. The main difference of the new model is the use of a special three-tiered silicone. The polymer reproduces human skin features, such as microexpressions, wrinkles, eye incision, lip size and other features. This allows the widest range of emotions to be displayed.
The Robo-C2 can speak and express emotions, gesture with mobile arms, and have a male or female appearance. The robot can work as a consultant, receptionist and promoter in any organisation. Robo-C2 draws attention to your business, increases service quality and customer loyalty as well as engagement rates.
It is very important for the service robotics industry to have a realistic appearance. That’s why our team puts a lot of emphasis on producing skin that resembles human skin as much as possible. Whoever is the first to make a robot that is indistinguishable from a human will capture the majority of the market, — says Oleg Kivokurtsev, CBDO of Promobot.
The updated Robo-C2, like the previous version, mimics human emotions: it can move eyes, eyebrows, lips and other ‘muscles’, as well as maintaining a conversation and answering questions. The technology developed at Promobot, as well as its own patented design, allows reproducing more than 600 microexpressions, imitating human emotions as realistically as possible.
Dynamic stabilization systems, servos and arm controllers will form the basis for developing the legs of a humanoid robot – the company has already started building them