This Japanese robot looks like an adorable toy, but it's actually a fully connected smartphone.
The RoboHon is a cute little Japanese robot -- but it's not a toy. The Japanese robot smartphone does all the things that are expected from a modern cell phone: sending and receiving email, acting as an alarm clock, shopping and to-do list-making and giving its user reminders and news updates.
At the same time, RoboHon is a friendly companion, speaking to its owner, walking around and performing little dances from time to time. It's like a hybrid between a virtual concierge and a robotic pet. The Japanese robot also comes with some bonus features not usually seen in smartphones, like a built-in projector to turn any wall into an at-home theater.
This Japanese Robot Dances, Talks, Takes Calls and Projects Movies
1. Connected Robotics - The adoption of robotics technology in smartphones opens up possibilities for seamless integration with everyday activities.
2. Robotic Companions - The development of smartphones with humanoid features paves the way for interactive and friendly robotic companions.
3. Smartphone Innovations - The incorporation of unique features, such as built-in projectors, in smartphones enhances user experience and functionality.
1. Consumer Electronics - The consumer electronics industry can explore the integration of robotics technology in smartphones to create innovative products.
2. Robotics - The robotics industry can leverage the demand for robotic companions and explore further advancements in humanoid technology.
3. Entertainment - The entertainment industry can capitalize on the incorporation of built-in projectors in smartphones to revolutionize home theater experiences.