“My hair is getting excessively long so I chose to fabricate a robot to trim it for me.” Watch a robot hairdresser with scissors give YouTuber Shane Wighton an isolate haircut.
With COVID isolate keeping us from seeing our preferred beauticians and stylists, a few of us need to endeavor to trim our own hair with fluctuated results. One skilled innovator was so tired of his shaggy hair that he chose to manufacture a robot to trim his hair.
“My hair is getting excessively long so I chose to fabricate a robot to trim it for me,” designer Shane Wighton of the YouTube channel Stuff Made Here wrote in his video depiction.
The robot utilizes a PC program that gives an individual various alternatives of hair style styles. The robot’s scissors are connected to a movable switch that turns around the human’s head.
As a security insurance, the robot gauges the separation between the hair it needs to trim from the scalp. Along these lines, the robot couldn’t cut close to Wighton’s ears. Preferable safe over turning out to be Vincent Von Gogh, I assume.
At that point somewhat like the celebrated Flowbee haircutting machine from the ’80s, a vacuum inside the robot sucks up the hair, which is pulled tight, at that point the piece of the hair to be trimmed is chosen. At that point the connected scissors on the robot trim the hair.
The final products are intriguing. Wighton’s hair style isn’t extraordinary, yet it’s not horrible either. The main other downside of his robot is that it obviously takes significantly longer for it to trim hair than a human stylist. In any case, that isn’t preventing Wighton from building another robot stylist to “investigate a portion of the crazier hair style ideas.”
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