Want to send a bot to work in your place? How about one that monitors the office in your place? Plus a robot to carry your bags. All in this episode of BotBeat!
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Stacey Shevlin: Welcome to BotBeat we are in the hunt for the coolest, cutest, and creepiest robot out there, let us do this, Let's say that, one of the great things about Robot is that still do things that we simply don't feel like doing, like me I have no interest in going to work, and why should I, when I concern robio in my place. He is going down the hall way, there he is turning good job robio, good job, meet Robio the packet Robot the slackers of world wide, you can send robio any where, and who will send a video signal back to you, Robio also has self talking capabilities and knows one to return to his charging duct to get powered up, he moves in a three wheeled army direction or manner and hi head mounted web cam have a high resolution adjustable camera, this send video or photographs of what it sees, I wouldn't recommend using Robio as a spy bot, he might be a touch too noisy unless of course you are dealing with clueless coworkers like the people I work with, lets see what's going on in my office. Joan is passed out again, Presina is rocking out to the new assure, and John is texting of course. Oh Robio, you're perfect for lazy make a lasers teen such as my self, sometimes Robot can do tasks that actually do, late no load, meet little dog, he is a robot designed to trouble disorders and let their equipment over mountains steeping climbs and crevasse. Paul Bernanza: Right now big problem with you know army logistic is that, that's very difficult to have a tank or -- something go any where so they can go right where else something like this would be able to climb up in the scamper around and go anywhere uppers and could go. So its basically planning the exact sequence of foot steps is going to take to cross this situated long drain so he a pre built map of the train includes the 3D shape of the train, he is going to consider all the different possible pass you can take across train all the combinations are putting in speed in different places and then come up with plan for what the automobile moving cross trains. Stacey Shevlin: Little dog practices on surfaces that are designed to reflect many different types train. Little dog is used primarily for research so that scientist can study locomotion of quarter parts, or four legged robots, each of the four legs is powered by 3 motors which are strong enough for climbing. Stacey Shevlin: Right now I'm in Philadelphia when moldy controlling a robot in New Hamsphire, this particular robots name is giaba, it's a security guard and a receptionist, let's take a pretest drive basically what it looks like is a little bit like that mars go over bot it's going to straight up and down, on the top touch screen face, the coolest thing about this robot is that the software that's been developed is so easy to use that any one anywhere can use this, but if you -- I can ask this robot to do anything I want i can have a greet my guests of the door, I can also use it as a watch dog, I can set this robot up to monitor my office while I'm away, and take video coverage, and alert me if there is anything that I need to worry about. These robots actually make a map of the building and you know that map in to them which appears on their touch screen so all you need to do is set up goals for these Robots and wire your computer you can tell it exactly what goal you wanted to accomplish. And we lively with chatter box, sometimes we are about the door work less when we are lazy and some times they join us in a lazy day of web surfing, so we always wanted a machine that connects to your computer and sarcastically commence on the web sites you visit you are in love. There we god father at your service. This guy is known us fairy god father and he knows what you are typing so if you search for a pizza -- there are two other chatter box cat and dog. I'm not a robot I'm a dog. And devil angel. What's so good about good? Get one of these and your days of anonymous web surfing our history. So if you
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