Since technology came to place, we see in all movies that the future will be dominated by robots, this CES 2017 brought us a lot of ideas on the topic.
Today we are going to review five of this amazing robots that will bring a new perspective to the homes of the future.
Robots you should see in 2017 that will help you at home
Kuri is the first we are going to talk about today.
This little robot will act as a nanny, comes with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a 1080p cam, facial recognition and sturdy wheels designed to traverse any interior flooring. Plus, it sounds like R2.
Lego Boost, coming later this year, turns all your usual Lego constructions into robots. Excuse me while I excitedly scream for a while.
The Leka is designed to help special-needs children. The interactive robot helps children better understand social and visual cues, and multiplayer games aim to improve their social skills.
LG’s new Alexa-powered smart home assistant proves that circular faces are in vogue. Oh, and that 2017 is going to be a big year for smart homes.
Also from LG is a new robotic lawn mower. It looks quite similar to a robot vacuum, although it’s significantly larger and presumably it’ll use sensors to track your yard and keep your grass tidy.