Who would not want a robot that could mimic your every movement?
Toyota is in the business. It turns out that along with creating cars, it has also been creating robots.
This week, Toyota rolled out a movie introducing the that the T-HR3. The human operator of the robot wears data gloves and an HTC Vive VR headset, which allow the user to find that the robot's point of view.
The service developed the robot, which stands more than five feet and weighs 165 pounds, to help individuals in rebuilding after disasters or in outer space.
The robot has 29 connected body parts, including ten fingers that the operator can proceed. If it runs into another item, it can also walk in different directions and can continue to keep its balance. The robot will receive its debut at the International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo.