Odisha boy Neelamadhaba develops a robot with human feelings



A young boy from ODISHA, who claimed to have developed Odisha’s first humanoid robot, has come up with an andro-humanoid robot, which can express feelings like humans, do household chores and serve the elderly people.

Neelamadhaba Behera of Santaragadia village in Balasore district has developed the robot, dubbed as ROBO-NEEL, in 10 months. Capable of multi-tasking, it can be used in hotels and restaurants besides for entertainment and education of children.

An andro-humanoid robot is an automation, which resembles a human both in appearance and behavior and acts like a human. ROBO-NEEL has been developed so meticulously that it can express sadness, happiness and anger and communicate with people, the young scientist claimed.

“I have developed the technology in such a way that the robot can resemble anyone’s face. We can use the robot in place of our dead relatives. It can also help elderly people by serving them and solving their problems,” said 18-year-old Neelamadhaba, who is now preparing for entrance examinations to take admission in technical course.

The 5.3-foot robot has a lot of sensors which make it an advanced and smart one. It has controllers like human brain, sensors like human eye, nose and ear and motorised systems like human muscles and joints.

An IIT aspirant, Neelamadhaba dreamt of the robot after he came to know that India does not have an andro-humanoid robot so far. With the experience he acquired during the development of his first robot ‘Atom 3.7’, he was confident of making it possible in a year.


Odisha boy Neelamadhaba develops a robot with human feelings
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