Meet Fonzie: A Twerking, 3D-Printed Robot

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Oct. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Limor Schweitzer, founder & director at Robosavvy, introduces “Fonzie” the dancing robot and explains how the company is using him to develop a research platform for human-robot interaction. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “The Pulse.”

You thought your friends -- you brought your friend.

This is -- this is been reprogrammed for a dance.

Let's see how fonzie works.

This is the moment that everybody has been waiting for.

[daft punk plays] ? this has to be the first twer king robot.

It is a research platform.

It is used for research.

We have gotten him to choreograph dances.

It has been entertaining and we have presented him in conferences.

We are developing a platform for researchers.

They can focus on human-robot interaction.

And it has capable platforms.

Today, the application for robots are for research.

There are 3000 robotists researching robotics.

They have a popular and challenging subjects.

It is based in portugal.

One would think that this is the perfect place for you to begin helping this robot -- the developing this robot.

In israel, there is capital and they're focused on software.

Hardware has not reached israel.

The creator of fonzie.

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