1 of 5 Meet ACM-R5 which is designed to negotiate restrictive spaces in search and rescue operations. It is one of the robots on show at the Prototype Robot Exhibition at the 2005 World Exposition in Nagakute, Japan, which runs for 11 days.
2 of 5 The exhibition shows off the latest robot technology from Japan. This humanoid bot is Wabian-2, developed by Waseda University, which can flex its legs in any direction.
3 of 5 MM-Ro1, the world's first robot brain surgeon is guided by an operator. It demos its ability to extract a deep tumour and suture blood vessels through a narrow space.
4 of 5 Candy-05 may not be the next Tiger Woods yet, but demonstrates its putting skills. The wi-fi robot can aim and hit a ball using a stereo-camera, has satellite technology, a gyro-sensor, as well as 3D maps of golf courses. The ideal caddie.
5 of 5 A mannequin tries out the Muscle Suit designed to help people with mobility or strength problems, such as older people.