Aimed at researchers and developers, about 2000 Nao robots are used worldwide for educational purposes. But the Next Gen Nao is now upon us and company founder hopes to see it used by individuals in the near future. Its newest features align it with working with autistic children and the elderly. And of course, the geektastic types in your life.
Watch the new Nao in action below.
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