Robot to take care of kids, house cleaning and more.
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Noritsuna Imamura Director of the OESF lets me try some of his latest projects which are the headmounted Android on Pandaboard computer system that has augmented reality application that turns real people into shoot them up characters and that allows for brain activity based robot remote-controlling.
Check out these robot arms.
Here are some examples of some of the fun things at the Shenzhen Electronics Fair.
This is how people party at CeBIT in Hannover, with robot DJs, robot dancers and QR codes instead of drinks.
Those toy helicopters are awesome. Woddon Industrial Limited shows some that use an app on iOS and Android as the remote controller, they also have a prototype of a helium filled airship balloon that can carry a camera.
James Devine made this automatic pen printer device as his hobby. It took him about 3 days of work, programming the Arduino, the motors, putting stuff together, now it can print any black and white picture automatically. It reminds me of the totally amazing 1810 Henri Maillardet Automaton. James Devine works as a electrical engineer at CERN, standby to work on electrical systems for all the experiments at the Large Hadron Collider. James Devine released the source code and info about his robot drawing arm at his blog.
High-school students from Lausanne Switzerland show off their Lego Mindstorms based bluetooth synchronized robots.
iRiver and the South Korean telecom company KT have introduced this robotic playmate for kids called Kibot. The price in South Korea is something like $40 plus a $30/month subscription contract with KT over 2 years which includes new educational apps and videos through the KT robot portal in South Korea. It's based on Android and also comes with the full Google Marketplace. The pricing for it is about the same as an iPhone 4S. iRiver plans to do more robots, to take care of old people, and maybe at some point they'll release an Android robot that cooks food, takes out trash and washes dishes. The Android robots are invading the world! So what do you think, should I start a new ARM Powered Robots category on my website?