The ‘Tea House’ Structure
Conforming to the traditional dimensions of a Japanese Tea House of 9’ x 9’ x 6′, the space provides a series of interactions between user and space, space and robots.
The best kitchen aide you’ll ever have
Automatic and Autonomous – true multi-tasking and sensing in one appliance.
Most extensive dynamic tunable capabilities from both in-orbit and deep space sources.
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Fastest of all sense-enabled toasters.
New and improved user-recognition settings.
For the “THR_33 (Teahouse for Robots)” exhibition (The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, Japan. Friday, July 9 – Sunday, August 22, 2010).
rootoftwo and PLY Architecture – with help from Osman Khan, Zack Jacobsen-Weaver, Chris Johnson, Westley Burger and Robert Yuen.