Japanese technology is known for developing and creating some of the most useful inventions seen by science. That said, even the most bizzarre ones come from the same part of Eastern Asis. The world has seen a lof of robots. The destroyer of the 80s and the 90s has now taken a softer shape like the Robo-girl to walk the fashion ramp or like the clone that one would always dream of having. All this has been done with a lot of panache. And now it is cute baby robo that has caught everyone’s attention. This is really a simulator called Yotaro created by the University of Tsukuba in Japan.
Let us tell you some more about babay Yotaro. This one is an interactive robot that is capable of portraying a whole range of facial expressions typical of a baby complete with the bodily movements and physiological characteristics.
Yotaro is a device that responds via an extremely well-developed emotion-control system that signals an appropriate reaction to the user. There are quite a lot of wonderful things that this robo baby can do, but the real winner is its ability to cry real tears on its 2 dimensional face.