Data Monster checks data streams online and converts to motions, gestures and mood, depending on the data, says Lucas Ainsworth, Intel research scientist. With a simple and inexpensive kit, Makers can create their own data-driven robot.
Tweets Rouse Moody Robot
Maker robot reacts to Twitter and motion input.
Send a tweet to Data Monster if you dare -- the robot has been known to respond violently to Twitter. Data monster doesn't only react to social media, the 2-foot tall, wood and metal robot can convert other data input into gestures, actions and motions, according to an Intel researcher.