Robots are taking over CES — check out the weirdest ones we saw at the show

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  • There are 344 robotics exhibitors at this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
  • Some robots on display seem tailor-made to wow passerby, but likely wouldn’t fit in the home or budget of the average consumer.
  • We saw robot sharks, a robot that plays ping-pong, and a robot that bakes bread.

 

LAS VEGAS — Robots are everywhere at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), as 344 robotics exhibitors have displays at the event, according to CES‘ website.

Some of the robots at this year’s CES are modest and wouldn’t seem out of place at a Best Buy, others seem tailor-made to wow passerby but likely wouldn’t fit in the home or budget of the average consumer. Among them are robot sharks, a robot that plays ping-pong, and a robot that bakes bread.

These are the weirdest robots we saw at CES.

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Robotis OP2

Who makes it: Robotis

What it does: Walk, sit, stand, move its arms

Robotic Hand

Who makes it: HarmonicDrive

What it does: Play rock, paper, scissors

Kinova

Who makes it: HarmonicDrive

What it does: Open doors, grab objects

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Source: Business insider

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