August 23, 2004
Epson's MicroRobot System

Epson's micro FR-II

Epson has a crazy little robot, μFR-II, with a camera, Bluetooth, and the ability to follow a pre-programmed flight path. All in 12.3 grams.

Epson's micro FR-II

She seems spellbound by the micro-robot. WHO IS THE REAL ROBOT HERE?

“EMRoS” stands for “Epson MicroRobot System.” This series included four main models: Monsieur (listed in the Guinness book of Records as the world's smallest—only 1cm3 in volume, 1993), followed by Nino (a 0.5-cm3 model introduced in 1994), Ricordo (1cm3, equipped with a recording and playback function, 1995), and Rubie (1 cm3, equipped with a capricious wandering function, 1995.) All of these models are independent traveling robots that chase a light source. Sales of the EMRoS series have been discontinued. 

Posted by jjwiseman at August 23, 2004 10:25 PM

would like to see more and what its abilities are

Posted by: george on October 29, 2004 06:34 AM

this is a big project

Posted by: omar on March 19, 2007 02:55 AM
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