Shape-shifting Fitbots from Estonia help shoppers to try on clothes in virtual fitting rooms (video)
Eestlased Inglismaal 08 Oct 2012  EWR
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by Silver Tambur in Technology ·

Tags: 2012 Online Fashion 100, Entrepreneurs Fund, Ermenegildo Zegna, Fitbot,, Germany, Hawes & Curtis, Heikki Haldre, Human Solutions GmbH, Italy, Kraftwerk, Laboratory of Intelligent Materials and Systems, Maarja Kruusmaa, Otto, Paul Pallinn, Tallinn University of Technology, Thomas Pink, UK, University of Tartu, US, Vogue

In the late 70´s, the members of innovative German band Kraftwerk decided that for their concerts they would send look-alike robots to perform, instead of doing the hard work themselves. Kraftwerk’s robots, although looking cool, were basic and could only move their “arms” up and down, and their “heads” sideways. About 30 years later, Heikki Haldre and Paul Pallin, CEO and CTO of respectively, found a way to produce a robot in Estonia that rather than just moving its arms, actually changes its body shape........................

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