Tipron Robot: Transforming Projection Robot

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The Tipron, developed by Japanese smart device maker Cerevo, looks like a white eye on a sleek robotic stalk and wheeled base — a child's friendly sidekick droid in some '70s science fiction movie. It has one purpose: to move around your house and project things on walls. I assume there is a segment of the population that has always wanted a mobile robot projector; in fact, another one debuted two years ago. The rest of us can enjoy it for what it is: the prototypical weird CES gadget. It's hard to say how well the Tipron fulfills its intended purpose on a crowded show floor, especially given the bright lights and lack of a screen to show off the projection quality. It's managed via a smartphone app that acts like a remote control for both the projector head and the robot itself. While moving, the Tipron folds up and slowly rolls wherever it's directed. With a button tap, it extends into projection mode, where users can change the angle and keystone of an image.

Specification:

Dimension (Off) 300x340x420 mm
Dimension (On) 300x330x810 mm
Weight 9.5 kg
Battery 5900 mAh

Product:

  • Country: Japan 
  • Company: Cerevo


Labels:  Four Wheeled  -  Service Robots  -  Domestic Robots  - 
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