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-- -- much and it Intel got to us.
They get is a model.
What they called the robot of the 21 century there it is offense during the commercial break it's a home fell off.
That does not indicate the performance of the robots in future years.
But the man -- -- and basically he's running this thing is whether primaries and is Brian David Johnson is an occasional guest on the Bonnie and company.
-- -- -- -- That is don't know look like back when it finally hits the market that's ET that's -- -- go -- but it's designed to look friendly it's designed to really acting in -- to people so when you put this thing on the market it will but it'll be friendly to look like something that I can relate to my right and that's what what's -- gonna do for me.
Why that's why were open sourcing the design and we're going out with people and saying what would you do -- this how would you design what apps would you -- we're gonna have people writing apps I wanted to do the vacuuming.
That things not in a vacuum Muslim minority how -- back into the vacuuming right now with this is meant to do is in Iraq we've kids to teach kids how to do applications.
It's also could work from health care standpoint.
When we could put into people's sons and I just like a Smartphone that can walk around your house and do things.
Again if you got a -- the Internet.
-- I don't did it -- won't have all the apps on your Smartphone.
Think your Smartphone is wildly different than mine is wildly different -- charges Charles -- Smartphone.
So imagine that world of -- as -- all the different things that could happen.
We're bringing that type of open approach and really customizable approach to robots for the longest time robots have been something for a lab or something you've seen in science fiction.
With all the 3-D printing with all the makers with all of different technology judge leaps out there now you can actually bring him into the home.
And if they knew what would you I drove -- like you're talking to a man here who still uses a Blackberry -- I don't think he actually during the U haul that thing I think is kinda had not.
Registering right -- -- who would you use this thing would you would you say hey Jimmy was the nearest Japanese restaurant would you do that sure why not.
You just old man.
That's your problem it would do something like that right it could do that it can also play games with with your kids -- -- your kids could even program.
Different apps in different games teach at the dance but then it could also be a health care -- to walk up here and say.
And take -- medication.
Or mean you can have those different minors but think about it as a laptop with legs are Smart -- that way we'll be self directed would you directly you know there's apps we kind of self direct will this thing.
In the desert you're gonna have you know the the three laws of robots I think as a lost three rolls of robots -- above that you brought that up because recent started.
Designing this in science fiction first.
Playing out that's where it's on we were to book the story for -- about what kind of playing out what's acceptable what's not accept what -- the human experience beat.
And we definitely will have as much control as you have of yourself -- you can program your cellphone.
To give you little reminders to do different things for you.
You'll be able to program that's got it would.
I was it would be something you would sell -- would you or would you.
Put that 3-D printer plans online and people would do it themselves well that's the fun part because we're gonna open source this far so we -- only say here's the files for free but you can change.
Mean doesn't have to look like -- that look like anything you want.
And the rest of it will be a kit so all the little bits that you need to -- of the three print about 80% of it that's but the -- will be on line so you print this thing now with a three deeper into in your -- home and you create what you wanna create.
And then you put.
It's into the thing to make -- do what you want it to do.
Everett our -- was every robot has a name every Reuben is -- have been individual because it's built by an individual how long away from the market.
So we're looking at may 2014.
Well -- fairly soon and and the thing works at about one reason when -- come is because we've released the book so it's that.
Robots to anyone dot com you can download the book for free -- kind of explains it but the book is of working process as well.
We're getting people together in November to help us build this we're gonna get them to do different designs and disciple less than a thousand bucks that's all I'm I'm -- the -- -- -- I'm pushing for under 500 including the 3-D printer and the material that goes into off the printer but what we're being able to -- find different services in different places where you can go and print it and haven't sent to you.
If you don't have access to well I'm glad that Intel got to us and I think of that that was interesting that -- Brian David -- -- -- very much and it was a pleasure thank.
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