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Deltu, An Expressive Delta Robot That Interacts With Humans by Playing on an iPad

Deltu by designer Alexia Lechot at ECAL is an expressive delta robot that interacts with humans by playing on an iPad. The robot can challenge humans to games using two iPads (one for the robot, one for the human player), take selfies, and even browse the internet depending on its mood. Deltu is a delta […]
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