August 21, 2009

Guardian Robot Tweets

Ken Lim obviously loves to tweet but just didn't have all the time for it he wanted. So he built the Guardian Robot for the chore. When the bot gets a positive tweet, he raises his head and arm and holds it until he gets a high five (hitting a switch.) A negative tweet results in a head lowering. Give it a hug and it forwards a reply. GR cost Ken about £60 (~$99.00) and you can follow him on his Twitter account. Send him a "#high five" or "#ineedahug" if you don't feel too foolish.

Via Guardian

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at August 21, 2009 9:10 AM
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