Robotic B.A.R.Tender: Jason Gouw (video)


Jason Gouw shows his prototype for the Robotic B.A.R.Tender at Maker Faire Bay Area 2011. Intended to aid a human bartender in the mixing of standard drinks, this robot holds bottles of liquor upside down and pours the proper amounts based on which drink is inputted by the user.

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2 thoughts on “Robotic B.A.R.Tender: Jason Gouw (video)

  1. Anonymous says:

    A video with more mixing/pouring would have been nice, to help understand how it works…

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