February 18, 2010

PFU Kiosk Becomes More User Friendly


Fujitsu's subsidiary PFU Limited has created a more personal kiosk. The screen features a eerie-looking face created by Big Towns, a company that specializes in computer graphics. The lower touchscreen interface contains Omron software that can determine a person's approximate age and gender and can better suggest products that fit the data. Look for the Robokiosk at a shopping center or carnival in Japan in the future.

Via robo-fan (translated)

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at February 18, 2010 9:05 AM
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