Joto Drawing Robot

More versatile than a static print and more personal than a display, the Joto Drawing Robot lets you adorn your wall with a frequently updated image. The connected device uses a custom pen controlled by a mechanical arm to recreate notes, artwork, doodles, or even tweets. It writes on a wipe-clean writing surface, automatically erases it before the next drawing with a built-in, replaceable eraser, and the simple self-contained frame is something you'll be proud to hang on your wall.

  • Cafe X Coffee Robot

    We all know robots are likely to replace many jobs over the coming years. If the Cafe X Coffee Robot is any indication, your barista's might be among them. Built in partnership with leading automatic coffee machine company WMF, the Cafe X is a fully enclosed affair, delivering perfectly-brewed drinks on demand. You can place your order at one of the touchscreens at the cafe or ahead of time via an app, and simply enter a four-digit order number to have the Mitsubishi robotic arm grab your cup. Currently open in San Francisco's Metreon, it offers drinks developed hand-in-hand with local roasters AKA, Verve, and Peet's.

  • Laundroid Laundry Folding Robot

    Ranking just below "cleaning the bathroom" on the list of annoying household chores, folding laundry is no one's idea of a good time. The Laundroid Laundry Folding Robot can make sure you never have to do it again. Just load all your freshly washed and dried laundry, and it takes care of the rest. It takes a picture of each garment to figure out what it is and the best way to fold it, and can automatically sort the folded items by type or by family member, freeing up your time for other pursuits.

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