Robots are associated with having quite the reputation for being futuristic and somewhat scary, so the Pudding BeanQ robot aims to change this with a design that is suitable for use with children. The robot has an expressive face that is friendly enough for kids to find inviting and will enable users to ask questions, play games, video chat with friends or family and much more. The robot looks like a friendly companion and will fit well within the home without looking out of place like other designs that have been created.
The Pudding BeanQ robot is a cute snapshot of what's likely to come in the robotics market in order to make sure the units are as suitable for the modern home as possible. The robot is the design work of Yi Chen, Feizi Ye, Tingting Xue, Bin Zheng, Haichen Zheng, Yong Zheng, Jian Sun, Ye Tian, Xue Mei and Fan Li.
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- By: Michael HemsworthJul 31, 2017