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Developing Jibo: Animating the eye

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04 February 2015



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Jibo   Animating The Eye with Lead Designer Fardad Faridi   YouTubeEver wonder why Jibo’s eye was designed as a ball? And why does he have only one eye instead of two? Check out this video with Jibo’s Lead Designer & Animator, Fardad Faridi, as he briefly describes the nature and design of Jibo’s eye. 

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Jibo The world's first family robot.
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