Writing grocery lists is for suckers now that robotic whiteboards are a thing


Instead of looking at your messages, to-do lists and emails on your phone screen, have a robot draw them.

Joto, a connected whiteboard with a mechanical arm and a pencil, can you help you out with that.

It can also draw doodles, famous pieces of art, sketches and graphs — or your shopping list, since let’s be real, that’s what whiteboards were made for.

It’s not widely available yet, but London design studio Those is close to raising its $122,650 goal on …

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Via: Mashable: Startups

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