As human beings, when we walk, we consider at the same time how to make our way out of a crowd and what route to take in order to arrive at our destinations. However, even such simple behavior is difficult for robots. This event offers a close-up look at robots as they move freely within the permanent exhibition area. Furthermore, information about the location of people will be stored inside the robots when people walk near the robots. By collecting a large volume of such information, the robots will gradually learn to select an efficient path. However, they do not have enough information yet at this point in time! Would you like to participate in a cutting-edge robotics research? Join us in taking a glimpse into the future of robots who might live among human beings! *Infrared sensors are used around the robots and in the permanent exhibition areas that the robots move in. However, information that enables the identification of specific people (such as images and videos) will not be collected. There is also no adverse impact on human health.