Shaking hands with one of the most advanced humanoid robots in the world is an experience you won't soon forget.
While the initial plans for Robonaut2 meant that he would not have a lower body, being attached to a mount inside the International Space Station (ISS), the long term plans included full locomotion. As you can see in the background, the "legs" are nearly completed. These very long and articulated legs allow robonaut to have full mobility inside and outside the ISS. The "feet" are actually special clamps that will grab onto the railings that are currently in place for the astronauts.