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Development of humanoid robot HRP-3P

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8 Author(s)
Akachi, K. ; Kawada Industries, Inc., Tochigi ; Kaneko, K. ; Kanehira, N. ; Ota, S.
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A development of humanoid robot HRP-3P, which is a humanoid robot HRP-3 prototype, is presented in this paper. HRP-3 is under development as the succession humanoid to HRP-2, which we developed in phase two of HRP (humanoid robotics project). One of futures of HRP-3P is that its main mechanical and structural components are designed for protection against dust and water. Another is that node controllers are developed for realization of distributed control system. Real-time communication on Ethernet is also newly developed for communication between main controller and node controllers. In this paper, mechanical features and electrical features are presented with specifications of HRP-3P

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Humanoid Robots, 2005 5th IEEE-RAS International Conference on

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5-5 Dec. 2005

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