Very excited to have two of our projects featured in the Guardian's article about homes of the future.
Great article including our work with Moley on their Robotic Chef:
"One thing that’s certainly on the menu is a spare pair of hands to wield the pans – be that a fully robotic chef like Moley (1) that can, by motion tracking, replicate your Jamie Oliver impression to a T or the fetching-and-carrying Care-O-Bot4 by Fraunhofer. Not only can the latter turn up with a colander but it can also do the laundry and, apparently, garnish your breakfast tray with a red, red rose. If you are so inclined."
And mention of Miro which we developed with Eaglemoss and The University Sheffield:
"Perhaps a more endearing companion is the robo-pet. The ultimate conclusion to a trend kicked off by the Tamagotchi of the 90s, these zippy creatures – such as the long-awaited Miro (2) – will not only zoom around like their flesh-and-blood counterparts, but also incorporate machine learning so that they adapt to understand your commands with nary a doggy treat in sight."