Scientist makes ‘household robot’ with home automation functions




A scientist from the American University MIT has a project on Indiegogo put to find for creating a household robot “with home automation functions. Funding The robot must reach the market late next year.

The project took a few hours the target on IndieGoGo, allowing the robot seems to be. actually made The household robot called Jibo and includes can respond to voice commands, a camera, acts as a digital assistant and can serve as a remote control for home automation to turn out. Example lights and

In the video, the team behind Jibo, which among other things includes former employees of Apple and Nuance speech technology company, stresses that it must be a robot with human characteristics; as it allows the robot to read to a child a story and Jibo should be able to make a group after a voice command through face-tracking.

Jibo works with wifi, has a circular display on which the business can give, and users can connect the robot via an app on a smartphone or tablet, presumably to use. Information about users, calendars and other data

The robot does not look like a man, but does have the ability to move about three axes and speak. Many technical details yet for the creators themselves, such as the resolution of the two “high-definition cameras’ and other hardware used. It is also unclear whether all of the features shown in the video will really work that way; the written text seems to be a bit more cautious in what exactly can Jibo. The household robot must be released in late 2015 and cost $ 500, converted around 370 euros.



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