The deadly coronavirus epidemic has confined humans to homes, increasing loneliness in human life, and Japanese scientists have developed a small pet robot to address this loneliness.
Scientists say that this robot is so small that it can fit in one hand and adjust its personality according to the mood of its owner, and then Nat removes the loneliness of the owner by performing new tricks.
As soon as you pick it up, it is happy and nods its head; tapping its head makes it happier and will express it. If it sounds loud, it is surprised.
Experts say the robot’s movements are due to pet-like sensations in its algorithm.
A robot is priced at 4 440, which includes chargers and other items.