Since it’s launch in early 2017, universities and research labs across the UK and around the globe have been using MiRo for research. MiRo’s accessible architecture and biomimetic morphology make it an attractive platform for research in fields such as biomimetic robotics, human-robot interaction and robotics in general. Read on and view the full list of universities using MiRo today.Read More
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CQR co-founder Sebastian Conran talks us through the ‘engineering of the user-experience’ for CQR's MiRo as an example of a new kind of robotic device.Read More
This week we caught up with Joseph Daly, a PhD student based at Bristol Robotics Laboratory. Joe has a background in psychology, which initially sounds unrelated to robotics, but is becoming increasingly relevant as robots start to share spaces with human beings. Most recently, he looked at people’s willingness to help a robot in need depending on its emotional behaviour.Read More