The Korea Institute of Science and Technology recently demonstrated two of their robots serving breakfast. The Mahru-Z (the biped) opens a microwave and takes out a cup, then puts the cup and the piece of toast in a basket; Mahru-M (the wheeled one) brings the basket to the table. Even though this process takes about two minutes, it feels much, much longer. Although it's good to see that the field of Robot Servant Technology is going somewhere, it may be a while before we get a Rosie. Watch the video after the jump.
Mahru-Z Fetches Your Toast & Coffee
[via Crunch Gear]
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