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Manav
Manav: India's first 3D-printed humanoid robot
ManufacturerA-SET Robotics
InventorDiwakar Vaish
Country India
Year of creation2014
TypeHumanoid robot
PurposeResearch, education and entertainment
Diwakar Vaish, the Designer of Manav, demonstrating the robot at IIT - Bombay Techfest 2015
Diwakar Vaish, the Designer of Manav, demonstrating the robot at IIT - Bombay Techfest 2015

Manav (Sanskrit: मानव, pronounced 'Maanav'/ Mɑnʌv, meaning "human") is India's first humanoid robot which was developed in the laboratory of A-SET Training and Research Institutes by Diwakar Vaish (Head of Robotics and Research, A-SET Training and Research Institutes) in late December 2014. It debuted at the IIT-Bombay Techfest 2014-15 in Mumbai.

Design

References

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