Samsung Launched Personal Assistant Robot
The Samsung took the opportunity of the last Developer Conference to present the world with its personal assistant robot named Otto which was Built on ARTIK platform Internet of Things, the little robot Otto is almost similar toAmazon’s Echo with a few extra concepts.
A creation of the internal division C-Lab, Otto comes equipped with microphones and speakers, and can readily answer the usual questions like “What are the weather conditions?” which very similar to the Siri and Alexa. However, the small robot is also able to control IoT functions ( Internet of things) at the house, like lights, fans, refrigerators etc.
Moreover, there is an obvious expressive little Otto advantage over the helpful assistants competition, through a small front display, the little robot Otto is able to recreate various human expressions and animations, to communicate with its owner.
But there are also animations and various effects, activated according to the setting. For example: If it is raining, the wizard display shows small animations of raindrops just to communicate weather conditions. And if this is not enough to entertain you, the little robot Otto is still able to dance and shaking his head up and down (almost a headbanger ), in which it summarizes the full extent of its physical abilities.
The little robot Otto comes equipped with a high-resolution HD-camera which can recognize facial expressions and also serve as a monitoring device. In the latter case, the wizard can send captured images directly to the screen of asmartphone or PC, where you can also set the camera angle.
However, the new helpful little robot Otto shows that Samsung plans to even fight for a space in the promising niche-based assistants internet of things. But, currently the little robot Otto is limited to a single prototype to serve technological showcase, and providing a glimpse of ARTIK platform. Anyway, it remains to be seen how the concept of the privacy of individuals sue the idea of a robotic assistant equipped with HD-camera.