The robot pet that could soon be on every doorstep is an interesting concept.
Its creator is looking for donations to fund its first full-scale test run.
And its creator has raised over $1.2 million in funding.
The $50,000 robot is a toy for a human, but its creators say it can make a difference in the lives of other pets.
“This robot pet is an incredibly useful tool for people in a number of different ways, from teaching people about the world to making sure that the world gets enough space for people,” says Michael Cappelli, the creator of the robot pet project.
The toy has been designed for the purpose of helping pets with their daily needs.
“So it’s a toy, but we really want to help people,” Cappelli says.
“It’s a tool for a person to make the world a better place.”
The toy can be used in the comfort of your own home or a friend’s, and it comes with its own set of accessories, including a battery, a microphone, and a camera.
Its sensors are so accurate they can determine the location of a pet in just a few inches.
The robot pet comes with a range of different abilities.
It can detect whether it is in a certain room or on the couch, and will follow you around and play with it.
It will also alert you when it detects that your pet is about to jump up and attack.
It also has the ability to sense whether your pet has been given a treat or not, and even the amount of money you have in your wallet.
It can even be programmed to come and check on you.
The robot can even pick up your pets food.
Cappellis robot pet has even been shown off in a lab environment.
“I had this little baby who was so scared, she would come out of her cage and just start screaming and jumping up on the table,” Cattelli says.
“We had this kid, he was so happy, he had a baby toy.”
When it comes to training, the robot can teach itself the basics of a human interaction.
“You just put your hand on this, this, and this,” Cellis says.
It does this with a camera, and then it shows you a video of you using that skill.
It then teaches itself to do these things in a real-time.
“It’s not going to be the best way to teach people, but it’s going to do a great job,” he says.
The robots are already being tested in pet shops, and Cappello says they’re getting positive feedback.
“We’ve had a lot of really positive feedback,” he adds.
“People love this and they want to be able to give it to their dog, to their cat.”
The robots can even teach themselves how to do tasks that aren’t taught to them by humans.
The dog and cat can interact, but Cappella says the robot will only follow them around and pick up their food.
The cat can take the food and run.
It’s also been tested in a home for elderly people.
“I think that will help us out with elderly people, with older people who have dementia, to have some sort of interaction with their pet,” Cippellis explains.
“The robot will teach you to be around your pet, and hopefully that will teach people how to interact with their pets, because the robot has a very human-like way of being around.”
Cappelli says the robots will be available to the public soon, and he hopes to launch them into homes around the country.