With robots performing medical procedures, car assembly, and an array of other things, the Xirrou brings an ounce of sensitivity to our technological comrades.
The Xirrou, according to YankoDesign, “is deemed for the far-away 2058,” however, the concept as of now is futuristic a la mode.
Simply put, the Xirrou is a two-component artificially intelligent robot. One component features a stamp located on the lower side of the robot measuring around 16 square centimeters that allows it to print images to the walls or ceiling.
The second component of the Xirrou is an eight-cartridge ink container that attaches to the stamp via supplying cables.
Both parts sport five mounted feet that are powered by three motorized joints. Connected to the feet are special adaptable plates that allow the Xirrou to scale the walls and ceiling.
A designer's touch centerpiece gives the Xirrou a classy decorative look, allowing it to fit comfortably in any home.
The Xirrou truly operates beyond the boundaries it beautifies.
Christian Gumpold's Xirrou Adds Feeling to Your Ceiling
1. Artificially Intelligent Robots - The Xirrou showcases how AI robots can be used for decorative purposes in addition to performing functional tasks.
2. Robotic Wall and Ceiling Decor - Xirrou's innovation offers opportunities for developers to create other bots that are designed to complement the aesthetic of a room or a building.
3. Adaptable Plates for Robot Scaling - Developing durable and flexible plates that attach to robot feet has potential for various industries, including construction, maintenance, and cleaning.
1. Home Decor and Interior Design - The Xirrou introduces the possibility of incorporating robotic decor into homes or other spaces in need of visually compelling pieces.
2. Robotics - The Xirrou's stamp and ink container components provide innovative ways to create more intelligent robots with utilization beyond decorative purposes.
3. Construction and Maintenance - The adaptable plates feature that allows the Xirrou to grip and scale walls and ceilings has potential for use in construction and maintenance of buildings.