Reeti

Reeti

The Reeti Expressive Humanoid Development Platform is a PCBot, the fusion of a Personal Computer and a robot. He is constituted of a robotic head and a computer in his body. With his robotic head, he is able to show emotions and interact with the user. With his two cameras, he can take pictures or shot movies in High Definition.

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His intelligence allows him to react at what he sees according to the people in front of him or what happens in the room he is in. Connected to the Web, Reeti receives e-mails, reads RSS feeds and broadcasts on Facebook.

Its public debut at the Innorobo trade show, where it showed off its ability to track people with its eyes and respond to both speech and touch.

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PC, HTPC, fun robot, communicative object, video surveillance, Reeti gathers all these functions in the same advanced design object. Totally open to new ideas and future development, all the tools and interfaces (Flash, C++, Urbi, Java, Qt) are available in the pursuit of new applications/programmes and are adaptable to your own particular needs.

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The Reeti is a completely new type of robot – part cute, emotive, fun to be around home robot, but at it’s core it is a fast media PC with a great interface. The Reeti is not just for home it is ideal for the business looking to present with incredible impact.

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