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Meet Teforia, a tea brewing robot for the home

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29 October 2015



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Tea making is a delicate process that only the truest of enthusiasts around the world appreciate. The time-honored tradition of sourcing the right..

Hallie Siegel’s insight:
This is more a tea-themed espresso machine than a robot, but it reminds me a bit of the “robot as marketing strategy” article that Andra Keay explored with the Rotimatic flatbread maker http://robohub.org/robot-as-marketing-strategy-bosch-takes-a-bet-on-rotimatics-consumer-flatbread-maker/. 

As a tea lover who hates when tea is burned by too-hot water, I’d buy it if I had $1200 to spare!! Or maybe I’ll just stick with my technique of ‘listening to my kettle’ to know when the water is just right.https://teforia.com/  




Hallie Siegel robotics editor-at-large
Hallie Siegel robotics editor-at-large





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