The Hanoitimes - The team of seven members was founded in 2019 spent six months and around VND200 million (US$8,600) to create the “scrap” robot.
Robot Bank, a team from Hanoi in their mid-20s, have presented the first robot made from the scrap of vehicles, which is three meters high and weighs 100kg.
“Hello, I am Robot One from Vietnam, I was designed and created by Robot Bank team. I debut as the very first version made from recycled components. We want to deliver a message that human should protect the environment and waste, when recycled, can make miracles. Goodbye!” the Robot speaks in the video of VnExpress.
Robot One is made from scraps of vehicles. Photo cropped from VnEpress' video.
Robot One’s design was inspired by the famous transformer robot from the eponymous film.
According to the team leader Luu Tuan Anh, this model composes of two main parts including the power system and the actuator within a solid steel frame so it can move the hands and produce sounds.
In terms of a power system, the robot could operate by pre-programing, remote control or automatically.
The team of seven members was founded in 2019 spent six months and around VND200 million (US$8,600) to create this “scrap” robot.
“In the upcoming time, we expect to create more models of this kind which may be integrated with artificial intelligence. We hope to build a robot park or an amusement robot center for people of all ages,” Luu Tuan Anh said.