Moxie is a small robotic companion that is designed to interact with children. It is geared towards autism, and its makers say it will help with cognitive and social development. Moxie is available to pre-order online for $50, and Embodied is already backed by major companies like Amazon, Toyota, and Sony. The company hopes to create more such robots in the future for use by the elderly. The Moxie is designed to be a fun and engaging companion for young children.
It was designed by a team of specialists, including neuroscientists, roboticists, and narrators, as well as youngster improvement experts. The goal of Moxie is to make it a fun and educational experience for kids, and it also hopes to teach them about kindness. The robot will teach children how to be kind to others and will help them to develop their social skills. Moxie will be available in late 2015, and will be available for purchase online and in local stores.
The Moxie robot is a companion robot that will support the development of a child's cognitive, emotional, and social skills. It is designed to encourage turn-taking, eye contact, and more. It was developed by Embodied robotics, which is led by former NASA scientist Paolo Pirjanian. Moxie will be available in the fall, so parents can get one now. There's still a waiting list, though, so be sure to reserve yours now!