Hansen Robot wants to make robots, but not “lost in space” [Robby] robot.Think too much [Data] From the Star Trek robot.They have announced [Grace], A lifelike robot designed to take care of doctors and the elderly. Used in conjunction with Singularity Studio, the robot is similar to the company’s [Sophia] Considering the current technology, the robot is as realistic as possible and obviously has Saudi citizenship.
The robot has a thermal camera and other sensors, so it can read data directly from the patient. It uses the company’s Frubber as the face. The company stated:
[Frubber is] A proprietary nanotechnology skin that can imitate real human muscle tissue and skin. This allows our robots to show high-quality expressions and interactivity, simulating human facial features and expressions.
As you can see in the video, the Frubber technology is very good, but it will not deceive anyone anytime soon. But you can say that the robot looks the most realistic when it is stationary. When the narrator talks about artificial intelligence, we are happy to see an Arduino Uno in the frame.
[Grace] He speaks English, Mandarin and Cantonese, which is not surprising because Hanson lives in Hong Kong. Will you be put off by the robotic nurse? Our guess is that most Hackaday readers will accept it and may even be curious. However, the general public may be a different story.
Then again, at least she has hands instead of tentacles. She looks more realistic than some modified children’s toys.