NEC’s PaPeRo household robot just got a new feature — “avatar” technology — which allows it to connect with a variety of mobile devices via WLAN and interact with its users. When connected, data (interests, directions, etc.) can be shared between your computer and PaPeRo. Video after the jump (short description below).

Here, the demonstrator asks PaPeRo for shopping recommendations and instructs it to move to the car navigation system and the PDA

[via PinkTentacle]

NEC’s PaPeRo household robot just got a new feature — “avatar” technology — which allows it to connect with a variety of mobile devices via WLAN and interact with its users. When connected, data (interests, directions, etc.) can be shared between your computer and PaPeRo. Video after the jump (short description below).

Here, the demonstrator asks PaPeRo for shopping recommendations and instructs it to move to the car navigation system and the PDA

[via PinkTentacle]