Robotic teddy bear

Posted on 05/04/2010 by vabry
Tags: Fujitsu
Robotic Teddy Bear A robotic teddy bear has been developed by the Fujitsu Research Institute in Japan. The prototype still has no name but could soon be used in hospitals for psychological support and as a companion. The bear can recognize patients' facial expressions thanks to its camera and responds accordingly (it has sensors all over its body). It can carry out almost 300 different actions (laughing, crying, moving, sleeping, snoring, etc.). via afp and pp
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