Tired of coming home to mysterious poops all over your floor with no one to clean them up? Sick of frolicking in your backyard only to find your dog’s poop scattered ’round the lawn?
Scoop your troubles away with the brand new poop-scooping robot! Penn’s GRASP Lab, the makers of death-defying flying robots and robots that play soccer, introduces the newest in its line of haptic interface applications. Ben Cohen and his colleagues successfully programmed the PR2 robot into a deluxe waste removal agent capable of handling the most offensive of poops.
The PR2 uses its color camera to sense the poop, approach the poop, and retrieve the poop using a simple store-bought scooper. Truly exciting is the potential to target to a variety of everyday offensive objects for removal, including:
- Littered containers of Natural Light
- Your roommate’s pile of gym clothes he hasn’t washed in three weeks and might be starting to grow something
- Copies of US Weekly
Don’t wait! Order your poop-scooping robot today for just three easy payments of $133,333.33 (poop-scooping program not included).