Robot arm reading food and giving food

Arm-a-Dine is a robotic arm made by the Australian Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology research team. Robot arm feeds food only when the opponent facing him smiles. It is an invention made with the intent to make eating pleasant and communicate with the other party.

Robot arm and face recognition technology plus the robot arm to feed the food if the other side smiles, but if the expression is not detected, the arm is programmed to show how to move back and forth. The cancer was designed to stop 10 cm in front of the face and teeth. For more information, please click here .



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