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While the baby robot has a balloon-sized head and exaggerated , its inventors nonetheless hope "Yotaro could help young parents to learn about raising a baby," said research team member Masatada Muramoto.

While the baby robot has a balloon-sized head and exaggerated facial features, its inventors nonetheless hope "Yotaro could help young parents to learn about raising a baby," said research team member Masatada Muramoto.

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  • Baby Bot Boa Pram Blanket by Living Textiles and Lolli Living

    The robot behind the bow is , an open-source baby bot developed in Europe to help researchers study child development and cognition. iCub stands 3.5 feet tall and has an articulated trunk, arms, and legs, as well as a ghostly white face with big round eyes that can follow moving objects, such as people fleeing from flying arrows.

    The robot behind the bow is , an open-source baby bot developed in Europe to help researchers study child development and cognition. iCub stands 3.5 feet tall and has an articulated trunk, arms, and legs, as well as a ghostly white face with big round eyes that can follow moving objects, such as people fleeing from flying arrows.