|Power Input||12||V, 90W|
|Computer||Intel Core i5 7260U, 64-bit|
|Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640|
|Ports||Intel Wireless-AC 8265|
|3.5||mm Headphone Jack|
|Inputs||180||mm wide stereo microphone|
|1080||p RGB 135° diagonal FOV Camera|
|13.56||MHz (Mifare) RFID Reader|
|Rotary wheel with click function|
|Outputs||Illuminated swappable mask system|
|Custom-tuned, 2.5" hi-fidelity stereo speakers|
|Custom 160° wide angle projection system,|
|WVGA resolution, RGB LED, 100 lumen|
|360||° RGB LED ring, 144/meter density|
The robot achieves this human-like status by using a back-projected facial animation system, including a head-shaped display which features an opaque mask onto which pretty lifelike looking faces can be projected. The mask can be changed depending on its use, which allows the bust to take on different personalities.
The robot uses three degrees of freedom which allows it to direct attention to different objects and individuals. A wide-angle, high fidelity camera and beamforming stereo microphones allow it to interact with its audience. Two hi-fi 2.5″ speakers allows virtual speech direction. The robot can record the users voice and have the device lip sync automatically.
The operating system in the robot manages its interactions by leveraging a conversational engine based on an advanced computational model of hierarchical state machines. This gives the robot the ability to handle very expressive and low-latency interactions. This helps the robot know when it’s being spoken to and when it has to listen.
Describes what you can develop with the Furhat SDK.