Friday, October 23, 2015

Reuters and Orlando Sentinel & Entrepreneur Magazine

Orlando Sentinel


"With smartphones becoming ever more elaborate, one might think that there's little left to surprise users. But Japan's Sharp Corporation have brought us RoBoHoN, a robot smartphone that employs facial recognition and a two-inch touchscreen embedded in its back for making calls, sending texts, and surfing the web."

RoBoHoN can also project images onto any surface from short distances with its in-built forehead projector and even call a cab for its user.

Getting traction in more mainstream kinds of media is just what we need. As services like Reuters get it, it will end up in more places like Orlando Sentinel.

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