Pollen-sniffing robots put on duty in Japan !

February 1, 2008

In another example of robots to obtain short-term staff, a weather forecast Japanese society is set to deploy a swarm of more than 200 robots sniffer pollen throughout the country, which will warn us l ‘man of any interference pollen threats (not neutral frighten some animals unsuspecting in the process). As you can see, robots are the spherical variety, and are barely a foot in diameter and weighing about 2.2 kilograms. Sticking true to creepy robot conventions, they also benefit from glowing eyes that glow in one of five different colors to indicate the level of pollen in the air. Oddly enough, this information takes a rather roundabout way back to the company’s headquarters, with 200 volunteers to monitor allergy suffers robots rely on their status and return to the company.