As part of its product launch event on August 11, Chinese technology company Xiaomi has unveiled a prototype of its first full-sized humanoid robot called CyberOne. It was fully developed by the Xiaomi Robotics Lab division.

CyberOne is 1.77 meters tall, weighs 52 kg, and has a top walking speed of 3.6 km/h. Its body can perform 21 movements using 13 joints, while the robot reaches peak torque of up to 300Nm.

CyberOne can also carry small objects. The robot demonstrated this capability during the presentation by presenting a flower to Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun. CyberOne also took a short walk to the middle of the stage and then took selfies with Xiaomi CEO.

While moving around, the robot creates three-dimensional virtual reconstructions of the real world using Xiaomi's proprietary Mi Sense technology. Artificial intelligence algorithms also help it identify 45 human emotions.

The robot will not be launched on the market because the company will use it as a research platform.

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CyberDog is equipped with sensors and cameras throughout its body, which allows it to plot a route, overcome obstacles, and follow its owner. It also has three USB Type-C connectors and even an HDMI port to customize it.

CyberOne looks similar to a Tesla robot unveiled in August 2021. The company will officially present it during the Tesla AI Day event as early as September 30.