In the second part of our designing ElliQ series, we'll explain why we view ElliQ's screen as a detachable body part.Read More
This is an exciting time for us at Intuition Robotics. We would like to share a status update on where we are in 3 main topics. 1. Our progress from a prototype to a product. 2. User trials. 3. Funding.Read More
In a series of blog posts to come, we’d like to further introduce you to ElliQ, our active aging companion. In this series, we’d like to share a few aspects about ElliQ that will help you get to know her better: why she looks the way she looks, the depth of her personality, the meaning behind her moves and motions, and more. In this first post we’ll dive into the thought behind the name “ElliQ” as well as into the design of her face.Read More
Suddenly, you discover that your roles have been reversed: It’s as if you’re the parent, the one who’s coaxing, watching, ready to prevent a fall, providing support getting in and out of the car. Watching a parent decline is a painful experience that, for most people, pulls at many different difficult emotions: helplessness, perhaps loneliness, and sometimes feelings of emotional conflict.Read More
During our daily morning testing, ElliQ, rescues our CEO from forgetting Mother's Day.
We're experimenting with different ways to enhance the interaction with ElliQ such as facial analysis, as shown in the video. Happy Mother's Day from ElliQ and the Intuition Robotics team.
Mark Twain was one quoted as saying, “Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.” There’s a surprising amount of truth in Mark Twain’s statement: being active and maintaining a youthful lifestyle is sometimes as much a factor of one’s attitude as of anything else.Read More
We are thrilled to share with you the joint presentation of Dor Skuler, Intuition Robotics' CEO, and ELLI•Q, our active aging companion. This is in fact, the first-ever live demo of ELLI•Q, where we had a great opportunity to demonstrate her personality and some basic features.Read More