Calling all robot fanatics! We are the creators of the Robots Guide, IEEE’s interactive site about robotics, and we need your help.
Today, we’re expanding our massive catalog to nearly 250 robots, and we want your opinion to decide which are the coolest, most wanted, and also creepiest robots out there.
Rate this robot: For each robot on the site, you can submit your overall rating, answer if you’d want to have this robot, and rate its appearance.IEEE Spectrum
May the coolest (or creepiest) robot win!
Our collection currently features 242 robots, including humanoids, drones, social robots, underwater vehicles, exoskeletons, self-driving cars, and more.
The Robots Guide features three rankings: Top Rated, Most Wanted, and Creepiest.IEEE Spectrum
Each robot profile includes detailed tech specs, photos, videos, history, and some also have interactives that let you move and spin robots 360º on the screen.
And note that these are all real-world robots. If you’re looking for sci-fi robots, check out our new Face-Off: Sci-Fi Robots game.
Today, we’re also relaunching the Robots Guide site with a fast and sleek new design, more sections and games, and thousands of photos and videos.
- Explore nearly 250 robots
- Make robots move and spin 360º
- View over 1,000 amazing photos
- Watch 900 videos of robots in action
- Play the Sci-Fi Robots Face-Off game
- Keep up to date with daily robot news
- Read detailed tech specs about each robot
- Robot Rankings: Top Rated, Most Wanted, Creepiest
The Robots Guide was designed for anyone interested in learning more about robotics, including robot enthusiasts, both experts and beginners, researchers, entrepreneurs, STEM educators, teachers, and students.
The foundation for the Robots Guide is IEEE’s Robots App, which was downloaded 1.3 million times and is used in classrooms and STEM programs all over the world.
The Robots Guide is an editorial product of IEEE Spectrum, the world’s leading technology and engineering magazine and the flagship publication of the IEEE.