California’s RoboDynamics introduced its Luna personal robot to the world. While the company currently isn’t providing too much other information, her makers are calling Luna “a breakthrough in robot design.”
Luna was designed for RoboDynamics by SchultzeWORKS, an industrial design studio also based out of California. The robot incorporates the hardware, firmware, and drive train already used in RoboDynamics’ Telepresence internet-connected Low-cost Robot (TiLR).
According to the press release, Luna is the world’s first personal robot to be expandable via expansion ports, fully programmable with open standards, and affordable. No further specifics are provided on hardware, software, or just what it is that she could do for you, although she does apparently have a carrying handle in the back, and unarticulated pipe-like arms that can swing up to carry a tray.