NAO 6 ROBOT
Structure: NAO 6 is approximately 58 centimetres tall. It has a sleek and modern look with a white casing and various sensors and components integrated into its structure.
Interaction and communication: the robot is equipped with a variety of sensors, including cameras, microphones and speakers, which allow it to sense and interact with its surroundings. They can recognise faces, understand speech and respond to verbal and non-verbal cues, making them able to engage in meaningful interactions with people.
Moving around the room: the NAO 6 has a sophisticated and agile movement system. It has multiple joints and sensors that enable fluid movements, allowing it to walk, turn and navigate through its environment. The robot is equipped with special sensors to detect and avoid obstacles, ensuring safe and efficient movement.
Programmability: the NAO 6 is a highly programmable robot that supports several programming languages and frameworks such as Python and Choregraphe. Users can develop custom applications, behaviours and functionalities to extend the robot’s capabilities and adapt it to specific tasks or research projects. There is also a community that allows developers to create and share apps, behaviours and software modules, foster collaboration and extend the robot’s functionality.
Multilingual support: it supports multiple languages, allowing you to interact with people from different cultures and regions. It can understand and respond in different languages, making it easier to communicate and interact with a diverse range of people.
Use: Often used as an educational tool in universities, research institutions and schools. It offers hands-on learning experiences in robotics, programming and artificial intelligence, allowing students to explore and develop their skills in a practical and engaging way.
Versatility: the NAO 6 can be customised for different applications. It is used in research projects, healthcare facilities, the entertainment industry, etc. Its versatility makes it suitable for a wide range of tasks, from assisting to carrying out demonstrations.