Murata’s Little Seiko was not only the coolest robot of this year’s CEATEC (that ended Saturday) but one of the biggest fan favorites overall. But as the CEATEC is a Japanese exhibition, there was a number of other companies that showcased robots.
The video above shows Fujitsu’s Enon robot in action. Enon is a service robot that serves multiple purposes: surveillance, transportation, customer interaction, information terminal etc. It’s really cool.
I took the video below at Business Design Laboratory’s booth. Their Mechadroid Type C3 is meant to one day replace human receptionists and features face recognition technology and a touch panel display that enables people to request information.
Mechadroid Type C3 doesn’t have legs but he can talk.