August 6, 2008

Heart Robot Displays Emotion


The Heart Robot was developed in part by Holly Cave, shown here. This plastic bot reacts to sound, touch, and those around it. It was given its name because of its visible heart that beats at different speeds. This robotic puppet was on display last week at the Antenna Gallery at London's Science Museum. This is yet another example of how scientists believe that emotions will help bridge the gap between our botty friends and humans.

Via Space Daily

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at August 6, 2008 8:52 AM
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