We hear plenty of discussion about robots taking over our jobs, so it's a
refreshing change to hear about a robot designed to create them
instead. Its name is Nobot, and what makes this machine unique is that
it's largely controlled remotely by a human being rather than by a set
of software algorithms.
Way is a compact device designed to fit in the user's bag or pocket, incorporating a range of sensors to provide personalized skincare advice. It's currently the subject of a crowdfunding project, where it's already crossed its funding goal with more than a month left on the clock.
There are two types of people who will likely be interested in Magicubie's iMbrief (pronounced "I'm brief") briefcase: those in high-powered, fast-moving, security-sensitive jobs and those who want to pretend they're a spy. Its host of features will surely satisfy either camp.
When you run out of something at home, it's all too easy to forget to add it to your next shopping list. This prototype device is aimed at ensuring that no longer happens. The GeniCan attaches to a trashcan so it can be used to scan barcodes of items as they are thrown out. They can then be added to a list or automatically reordered.