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Wireless Robotic Finger Pushes The Button

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Posted November 12, 2015

Microbot Push is a wireless robotic finger to push all the buttons. It attaches on any button, since then, you can control these functions remotely using your smartphone or computer.

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It’s just like a human finger, can push various buttons in several spots and ways. The device is compatible with numerous different buttons, switches and devices.2-vrulkxpu5rovt7oeqark

Specs

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If you want to control your buttons away from home, or you want to program an automation rules, you will need the companion hub, Prota Box.

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Prota Box is a small personal server computer, a smart hub, that accompanies Microbot Push. Prota Box comes in handy if you have multiple Microbots, want to automate how do you use them together with other smart devices, and access your automation stories remotely. Microbots connect to Prota Box via Bluetooth, while Prota Box itself connects to your home network over WiFi.

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Prota specs

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Automation rules gives ability to turn on a coffee maker just before you wake up or switches on the lights on sunset.

The project campaign is on the Indiegogo and is looking to raise $50,000 to start mass production. Backers can get one microbot with a pledge of $49 and for $159 comes one mircrobot with one Prota Box. Shipping is estimated to start in April of 2016.

 

 

Source: Indiegogo

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