Not your average robot, Reddy “can contort its face into a broad range of expressions, including joy, anger, sadness, surprise, and disgust, which the company says makes it ideally suited for various human-robot endeavors.” Video after the break.

RoboMotio appears to be a bit wary of Reddy getting too “emotional,” however, choosing not to give him legs or any other means of movement, although those willing to take the risk can attach him to “many standard or non-standard mobile robot bases.”

[via Engadget]

Not your average robot, Reddy “can contort its face into a broad range of expressions, including joy, anger, sadness, surprise, and disgust, which the company says makes it ideally suited for various human-robot endeavors.” Video after the break.

RoboMotio appears to be a bit wary of Reddy getting too “emotional,” however, choosing not to give him legs or any other means of movement, although those willing to take the risk can attach him to “many standard or non-standard mobile robot bases.”

[via Engadget]