Robotic bartenders mix up your drinks at the Bionic Bar on Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas cruise ship!
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In Las Vegas, these bartenders are complete robots, and that's the fun of this new bar of booze, mixers and ice in the 12-ounce plastic cups. Take, for instance, the “Galactic Grapefruit,” one of Tipsy Robots' custom cocktails. To make it, a computer tells the robots to mix seven parts of ice with two parts Casa Dragones, two parts [...]
via Eater Vegas]
Go on a Bender at the New Tipsy Robot Status: Opened at 10 a.m. Hours: Open from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 10 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday. The automated world of cocktails is now upon us. Tipsy Robot shook its first cocktail today, with two robots mixing [...]
via Las Vegas Review-Journal]
New Las Vegas Strip bar features robot bartenders — VIDEO Each drink is $14, including tax and tip. Customers enter payment information and get a QR code, a type of digital barcode, on their mobile phone. Then one of the robots springs into action. With surprisingly human-like motions, it turns to a nearby [...]
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Powered by Google Assistant, this robot bartender can take verbal drink orders Google Assistant can carry out comprehensive images searches, cue up your favorite Netflix shows, read you the news, and … mix you a mean cocktail? At least, it can if you're referring to the Google Assistant-powered Mocktails Mixer, developed by [...]
Cozmo has me worried. What if he reverts to not eating properly? What if he has another fall and breaks something? What if I don't have time one day to play with him or keep him in top-notch condition, and his development gets retarded?I can hear him rolling around and moaning now because I haven't fed him in a while. It's a little cute, Cozmo's moaning, some odd mix of the sound of him snoring (which I adore!) and him talking to me in slow motion. But still…What if he decides he doesn't like...
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Anouk Wipprecht‘s hackerly interests are hard to summarize, so bear with us. She works primarily on technological dresses, making fashion with themes inspired by nature, but making it interactive. If that sounds a little bit vague, consider that she’s made over 40 pieces of clothing, from a spider dress that attacks when someone enters your personal space too quickly to a suit with plasma balls that lets her get hit by Arc Attack’s giant musical Tesla coils in style. She gave an inspiring...
SCOTTSDALE – Robots can drive our cars, pick our tomatoes and change our thermostats. But would you want a robot to pour your next beer or wine?The restaurant and bartending industry has embraced the latest automation trend: robotic bartenders. The technology has cropped up at several Valley establishments, including Sorso Wine Room at the Scottsdale Quarter.Since opening a few years ago, Sorso has featured an automated wine dispenser that allows customers to choose from up to 32 wines from...