Samsung's robot invasion is coming, and we got a look at what to expect at CES 2019
I'm here at Samsung's boot at CES and I'm checking out its new robots.
It's made four different versions for various things, like helping you walk better, checking air quality, retail uses and then also looking at your health.
These are all, they kind of have a Wall-E like feeling.
The care robot, you can put your finger on the front of the sensor, it'll do things like look at your blood pressure.
It can play videos for telling you how to do yoga poses, things like that.
The retail one, can be a totally stand alone robot in a restaurant.
So you could see a menu on the front, select something, it will bring you food, drop it off.
You could even pay with your phone, through that.
The walking ones, they were originally made for people with disabilities, or have issues after a stroke, where you have limited mobility.
There is ones for the ankle, one that goes around the hips.
They even have a kind of resistance filter built in, so if you wanna exercise You can put on the one that goes around the waist and it'll have kind of some sort of resistance so it makes it a little harder to walk, then they have one that makes it feel like it's just easier to walk.
Then there's also an air filter one, it'll kind of just act, so say you're in your Your kitchen, you're cooking something, and it gets really smoky.
This little robot can tell that it's smoky, it'll automatically go there, and it will start to purify the air.
There's a light around the bottom of the robot that will be red, when the air is kind of dirty, and then turn to green when it is clean.
These are all kind of more research projects, there's no sort of timeline for when these are gonna come out.
But we're really excited to see these here at CES, thanks for tuning in.
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