Slashdot reports on Panasonic’s sixteen-finger hair-washing robot:
“Panasonic has developed a hair-washing robot that uses 16 electronically controlled fingers to give a perfect wash and rinse. The robot, images of which were distributed by Panasonic, appears to be about the size of a washing machine. Users sit in a reclining chair and lean back to place their head in the machine’s open top. Two robot arms guide the 16 fingers, which have the same dexterity as human fingers, the company claims.”
The rumour that when a keyboard was placed in the open top the unmodified machine put out 5.5k DPS in most World of Warcraft raid dungeons is unfounded at this time. Observers did admit that the rinse cycle meant that the keys were surprisingly free from the usual residual levels of Cheetos, Mountain Dew and omnifarious bodily fluids, however.
**Reclines back into the chair and closes his eyes contently as the terminator picks up a razor and steps behind me**
What could poss_____
Well quite. Have you ever watched that scene in Casino where Joe Pesci’s character puts that bloke’s head in a vice?
Yes. The capcha feels it was slithy.