Panasonic Head Care Robot in Action

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Panasonic Hair Washing Robot

Panasonic has started the first real life tests of the new 24 finger hair washing robot announced last September during CEATEC. The robot was put in use at Super Hair Seo in Nishinomiya (Hyogo Prefecture), and it will serve clients there for about two months.

The robots starts by moving all 24 fingers around the head to learn the exact size and shape of the head, than sprays water and shampoo. The mechanical fingers massage the head and work the shampoo all the way down to the skin. Eight fingers are placed on each sides of the head while the rest are locate beneath the neck. Special sprinkles take care of long hair, while others spray conditioner all over the head. The process ends with hot air drying that results in a semi-dry hair.

After collecting all the feedback from the users, Panasonic is planning to commercialize this product as soon as possible.

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