How will your life change when these robots enter your home?
Tencent Electronics(Liu Sha) With the development of technology,robotIt is no longer a high-end expensive product, but gradually entered the home, providing voice assistants, the internet of Things, and comfort. In addition to start-ups, big-name technology companies have also begun to pay attention to this market, joining in one after another, with bright prospects. Next, let’s take a look at the Robots that are about to enter people’s homes.
Jibo, a home robot from the Indiegogo platform, has been a huge success. It claims to be “the world’s first social robot”. Although it can’t really walk around, it can rotate its head and track its owner’s face to achieve some interactions, including taking pictures, reading messages, reminders, video calls, and even giving Children tell stories. In addition, Jibo can also interact with other devices in the home, including controlling smart home products.
Zenbo, which is named somewhat similar to Jibo, is a product from Asus. Compared with Jibo, Zenbo is undoubtedly closer to the form of a robot. It has wheels on its body and can move freely. In addition, the neck can move more freely, and the facial expressions on the LCD screen are also richer. ASUS has developed a cloud platform for Zenbo, and opened the SDK to third-party developers to achieve more functions and become an important role in the home Internet of Things. It is reported that Zenbo is priced at $599 (about 3963 yuan).
Aido is a slightly cute home robot, its size is larger than ordinary products, it can move freely, and its application direction is also relatively wide. Manufacturers encourage software developers to develop more applications for it. In addition, it also supports social information Display, operates other smart home devices, reminds children to practice the piano, and even patrols the hallway when the family falls asleep. It looks very interesting. Aido has been successfully crowdfunded on Indiegogo, the price is 599 US dollars (about 3963 yuan).
Pepper, an interactive robot led by SoftBank, has even been serving customers in a Japanese app store. Pepper integrates more advanced sensors and AI systems to recognize human emotions and respond, including hugs. In addition, it can also realize general operations such as information query and answering questions. The Pepper will be available in the U.S. this summer for $1,800.
The Furo-i is more like a “robot base”, its “head” is actually a Samsung tablet running a proprietary Robotic interface system, and the base allows it to walk freely around the home. In terms of functions, you can realize video chat, monitoring, voice commands, etc., and you can also control it through your mobile phone.
Xperia Agent, Google Home, etc.
Sony released the Xperia Agent at this year’s MWC World Congress, which is technically similar to Google Home, Amazon Echo and other products, and closer to a voice assistant device. Through them, users can implement certain voice commands, smart home control functions, and also more easily obtain information from the Internet.
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