CrazyLobo robots have much to say about your mouth and foot odor

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Japanese company CrazyLobo has developed a humanoid resembling a female and a robotic dog which reports the level of unpleasant odors of their owner through vocal and behavioral responses.

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The company built a female-like humanoid named Kaori-chan to analyze a person’s breath and rate by responding in snarky comments. When a person breathes into Kaori-chan’s face the robot examines it and gives a score on a scale of one to four. Fresh breath stimulates a positive response of “Like citrus!” A reasonably bad smelling breath will elicit a “Yuck! You have bad breath!” Plain bad breath will induce a stronger “No way! I can’t stand it” response while extremely bad breath will bring on a sarcastic “Emergency taking place!”

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The robotic dog named Shuntaro-kun does not give vocal responses with specific messages but responds in a behavioral way when rating the smell of a person’s feet. Good smelling feet will elicit a nuzzling reaction from the robotic dog, but a slightly bad feet odor will induce it to bark. Strong bad feet odor will make it fall down and growl. But a pair of extremely stinky feet will cause it to lose consciousness.

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Japan is known for its polite and proprietary culture as well as for its advanced progress in technology. CrazyLobo integrates the two to come up with a solution to the ancient problem of letting someone know when they smell bad.

Source: FastEastGizmos