Robotic iPad makes noise
$2,500 Robotic iPad stand is Apple inspired Segway and is making all noise in the market of iPads. Now you have the best choice to make you giz changes into sexy looking Telepresense robot. The world is a dangerous place. Full of stabby things with degenerates attached to them and illnesses that leap onto you thanks to an errant stranger’s cough on a train or bus. Blerg. If you’re afraid of the outside world like I am, then the sleek-looking telepresence robot powered by your iPad from Double Robotics’ is for you.
Your iPad is on wheel now. By adjusting the height remotely, one can also stay at eye-level, whether sitting or standing, thus making conversations fluid and real. Further, Double’s retractable kickstands have been designed for automatic deployment to conserve power when you are not moving around. While its efficient motors and lightweight design gives it the ability to last all day without even charging the battery.
Walking iPads aside, usable telepresence remains one of geekdom’s purest goals. Being able to attend meetings, without the minor irritation of actually being there, has been a motivator for professionals and hobbyists alike. Double Robotics, on the other hand, feel that they’ve spotted an opportunity. By leveraging the computing power of the iPad, coupled with some smart design, it has created the “Double,” a self-balancing motorized iPad stand.