The KAI Robot Control (KRC) Module was developed at the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) under the supervision of Professor Jong Hwan Kim. Professor Jong Hwan Kim is commonly know as the founder of Robot Soccer, he was a driving force in the creation of the Federation of International Robosoccer Association, commonly known as FIRA.

The KRC is based around an Atmel ATMega128 mcu - this is a fast RISC micro with 128 kBytes of FLASH for User Programs. The KRC can be programmed in one of two ways. Supplied with the KRC is a Flow-Chart based GUI programming environment. This is excellent for beginners as it teaches the fundamentals of developing flowcharts - this highlights the decision making processes and sequential operation of any program. For advanced users the KRC can be programmed in Assembly Language or C. More info on programming the KRC can be found in the Programming Info section. 

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KAIST(Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) team led by professor Oh Jun-ho presented its rideable robot 'HuboFx-1' that was unveiled in November 2005.

The HuboFx-1 is 174cm tall at 150kg and can carry up to 100kg of person or luggage at the average walking speed of ordinary person. Equipped with six joints, its legs allow the robot to move freely around all directions(front and rear, left and right) by using its control stick.


products are based around the Dynamixel range of "serially controlled servo's.
Robots can be built right out of the box that are autonomous and that can walk around, avoiding objects, listening for your commands. For example, the sound sensor can distinguish between one clap and two, and respond with programmed behavioral changes. Sound and light sensors are built into a special category of servo that also has output and idler wheels.

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