The humanoid bot can run, climb stairs, kick balls -- and even knows sign language. He stopped by the New York Auto Show to show off his latest moves.
He can run, kick a ball, climb stairs, and even serve drinks!
Honda's humanoid robot, Asimo, stopped by the New York Auto Show to show off his latest moves.
First unveiled in 2000, Asimo has undergone an upgrade, making him more useful -- and human-like -- than ever.
The updated Asimo, which CNET first reported on in 2011, showcases major technological advancements including increased motor skills and hand dexterity -- he even knows sign language!
CNET Update also took a closer look. Click here for a video or click on for more photos.
Asimo greets the media during the second press preview day at the 2014 New York International Auto Show Thursday in New York at the Jacob Javits Center.
Asimo -- short for Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility -- was designed to help people, potentially in cases of reduced mobility.
The new Asimo robot demonstrates its ability to walk down stairs at a news conference in New York Thursday.
Honda's new Asimo Robot demonstrates its bar tending abilities at a demonstration Thursday in New York.
Honda North America shows off its new Asimo Robot along with its new Honda FIT to the media during the second press preview day at the 2014 New York International Auto Show.
Asimo shows off his new moves at the New York Auto Show earlier this week.
"Hello New York! Thank you for coming today!" the humanoid chirped in English, in the recorded voice of a teenaged boy, at his US debut Wednesday in a Manhattan hotel.
Resembling a tiny astronaut, Asimo -- decked out in a white suit and helmet -- stands 4 feet 3 inches tall and weighs in at 110 pounds.
Asimo was designed to help people, potentially in cases of reduced mobility. The first model was unveiled in 2000 after 14 years of research during which scientists studied human movements in an effort to replicate them.
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