This articulated arm from Adamo uses 3D cameras, sensors and thermography to measure body temperature and massage with compressed air.
Would you put yourself in the ‘hands’ of a robot to receive a massage? What if the robot doesn’t even have hands? Carlos Jiménez, managing director of Adamo Robot, can even crudely underline how unusual it is to have “an automaton to treat pain. Surely we have all experienced pain in some situations in our lives and trusting a person is not the same as trusting a cobot [robot colaborativo]…».