Japan's e-NUVO ready to teach humans to love robots

The shrinking ranks of expat English teachers in Japan face yet another employment challenge in the future in the form of the e-NUVO robot. Developed by the Nippon Institute of Technology, Harada Vehicle Design, ZMP and ZNUG Design, the robot was designed to teach children.

Standing four feet tall, the e-NUVO uses cameras, gyro sensors, and obstacle detection sensors to interact with humans. You can see video of the e-NUVO robot in action here.

Via Robonable