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Yes, as a hobbyist it does bedome expensive.But these prices are nothing for a large company... If they want to make a precise and very powerfull robot they can.
eh im not very impressed with Asimo... dont really feel like elaborating lol but I dont think it would be very hard to build something better than Asimo.
But these prices are nothing for a large company... If they want to make a precise and very powerfull robot they can.
Robots cost nothing compared to the pay checks a company must give to a robot engineer Wink
As a computer scientist... I would say that the problem nowadays isn't really having robots learn to walk and all... We can do that easily... We already could 10 years ago. The real problem, in my opinion, is that the hardware available for robotics right now is pretty limited. Everything is crazy expensive, and even for a high price, you get imprecise actuators that are also slow and bulky. Looking at Honda's Asimo, you can clearly see how limited it's movement range is.
Robots cost nothing compared to the pay checks a company must give to a robot engineer
oh really? thats good news cause i hear robot engineers get 30K on average which is like...doo-doo teacher style salary.