Polaris keeps track of user activity to offer tailored information and advice
The mobile robotic unit makes its own way around the home using magnetic sensors
A mobile handset can be carried around to record user activity
Connect the Polaris to a TV and browse the information and advice available
Despite having limited success in other countries, Japan enjoys nothing more than coming up with progressively weird and wacky designs for robots, and it doesn’t seem to matter whether they have any real practical application.The latest entry into this category is the Polaris mobile phone robot, a spherical, mobile device designed to house a handset that, when not docked, will be busy recording data based on a user’s day-to-day activity.
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