The Botiful caller interface
Botiful could be useful for video conferencing
Botiful can move in all directions, and tilt the phone up and down
Botiful can also be used to look in tight spaces
Botiful is a Skype-based telepresence robot, designed to work with Android smartphones
Telepresence robots are definitely a neat idea – they allow users not only to interact with people in remote locations, but they also (in some cases) let those users wander around those locations from “within” the robot, its camera and microphone acting as their eyes and ears. While such robots have so far been relatively expensive, California-based inventor Claire Delaunay wants to change that. She hopes to sell her tiny Botiful telepresence robot for just US$299.
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