Robotic Future

Everyday the world has a lot of scientific discoveries. Today it is no surprise stories of the cleaner robot-or full-function robot-baby. Advances in technology can improve and upgrade the prototype robot created so quickly that it is often very difficult to keep up with technological development of this area. We invite you to look at some of the scientific "specimens" of robots with various exhibitions and presentations. Remember, the future has already begun.

Robotic Future

The robot "Twendy-one" takes a piece of bread from the toaster to demonstrate in the laboratory. (Yoshikazu Tsuno - AFP / Getty Images)

Robotic Future

Student at University of Tokyo Hikari Asano, and it looked like a robot in a suit to strengthen the muscles at the exhibition in Tokyo. The University has created a robot that can mimic emotions such as happiness, joy, anger, fear and surprise. (Yoshikazu Tsuno - AFP / Getty Images)

Robotic Future

A robot named Saya and students during a demonstration at an elementary school in Tokyo. The robot, developed by professor Hiroshi Kobayashi, can speak different languages, and to simulate the various facial expressions. (Issei Kato - Reuters)

Robotic Future

The figure of Cameron Phillips in Terminator Exhibition in Tokyo. (Yoshikazu Tsuno - AFP / Getty Images)

Robotic Future

Angela Merkel and the robot "Justin Space" on the ILA exhibition in Berlin. (Johannes Eisele - AFP / Getty Images)

Robotic Future

ASIMO, the most famous robot created by Honda is dancing on stage in Sydney. (Greg Wood - AFP / Getty Images)

Robotic Future

Kansei robot displays facial expression of "happiness" during the demonstration in the laboratory of the University Meidzhi in Kawasaki. (Yuriko Nakao - Reuters)

Robotic Future

The Museum of Science is playing with the robot BERTI in the "rock-scissors-paper" in London. BERTI was built to simulate the human gestures. (Peter Macdiarmid - AFP / Getty Images)

Robotic Future

Robots Vakamaru involved in the production, along with actors Minako Inoue and Hiroshi Ota at the scene of the preview in the world of experimental theater people and robots. (Yoshikazu Tsuno - AFP / Getty Images)

Robotic Future

At the head of a man wearing a special device for recording micro brain. The Japanese have created an interface through which the mind can control the actions of the robot "Asimo". (Yoshikazu Tsuno - AFP / Getty Images)

Robotic Future

ASIMO robot at a press conference in Tokyo. With improvements, the robot can walk, holding hands, run, carry things, roll the cart, run around in circles, open a bottle with a plastic lid, and much more.

Robotic Future

The designer puts on a wig on the robot, making it look like a famous Japanese bacteriologist Hideo Noguchi. (Yoshikazu Tsuno - AFP / Getty Images)

Robotic Future

Presentation of the robot REEM-B, created by Pal Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE. Robot 147 cm rise could walk and navigate the buildings interact with objects, to take voice commands and recognize faces. (Stringer - AFP / Getty Images)

Robotic Future

The girl touches the face robot "Geminoid-F" at a press conference in Osaka. (Yoshikazu Tsuno - AFP / Getty Images)

Robotic Future

Professor, University of Kagawa Hideyuki Sadava indicates the speaker's robot vocal cords which can mimic human speech. (Yoshikazu Tsuno - AFP / Getty Images)

Robotic Future

Robot "I-Fairy" is present at the wedding as a witness. (Yuriko Nakao - Reuters)

Robotic Future

Visitors to the CeBIT IT-treated Robot "RoboThespian", created for learning, entertainment and communication. (Johannes Eisele - AFP / Getty Images)

Robotic Future

The child looks at a robot Nao, created by "Aldebaran Robotics" at the exhibition "InnoRobo" in Lyon, France. (Philippe Merle - AFP / Getty Images)

Robotic Future

The remote control robot at the exhibition in Tokyo. The robot, developed by "Kyokko Electric", is remotely controlled by means of gloves and 3D-glasses. (Yoshikazu Tsuno - AFP / Getty Images)