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Robots Tell You If You Have Bad Breath or Smelly Feet

by Conner Flynn
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If you have a body odor problem, you’ll want stay away from this disembodied robotic head and dog. The one shaped like a girls head smells your breath and the robot canine smells your feet.

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They were made by Kitakyushu National College of Technology and  “Crazy Lab”. These robots were designed to make people more aware of their cleaning habits by making strong remarks about just that. Depending on how bad your breath is, Kaori-chan can say things like “Yuck! You have bad breath!”, “No way! I can’t stand it!” or even the dire “Emergency! There’s an emergency taking place!”

Shuntaro-kun, the feet smelling robot dog evaluates the intensity of odor from your feet, on a scale of one to four. Depending on how strong the stench is, the dog will cuddle up to you, bark, growl or pass out.

[via Asahi via Damn Geeky]

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