What if you could decorate your bathroom using a robot?
You can do it using a machine that looks just like a human.
It’s called a robot washroom.
And if you’re a robot lover, you can even make it look like your favorite actress.
A new robot washing machine was designed by a robotics expert at the University of Missouri.
It has a large head, long arms and a big mouth that allows it to clean and wash itself, but it can also be programmed to do any task a human can do.
“You can put a washing machine in a closet or in a car, and then you can just use it to do all the other things a human could do,” said David E. Zink, associate professor of mechanical engineering at the university.
Zink said his robot washing machines were developed in partnership with the robotics company Rethink Robotics, and that they are available for sale on the company’s website.
He said they are not meant to replace human cleaners.
The robot was designed to clean the inside of a washing station, but Zink said the goal is to have the robot clean the whole room, from the floor to the ceiling.
The washroom is made up of several different parts, including a circular base, a small robot and a robot vacuum.
The robot vacuum will be used to vacuum the whole washroom, and the base of the robot will be the area where the robot is cleaning.
“When you go into the robot, you see a robot in a vacuum chamber that is a robotic arm that is moving around and it’s very, very sensitive to how you move your arm,” Zink explained.
“It’s basically just a robotic body, so you know, you have to be very careful with your arms.”
The robot has a circular top with a circular bottom.
The top and bottom of the washroom are connected by two arms that are held together with wire, which allows the robot to reach the washrooms.
The water that comes out of the machine is also covered with a plastic filter.
Zank said he hopes the robot washing stations will be able to filter out all kinds of cleaning products.
He said the wash rooms were created using the research of an associate professor who has been doing research on the effects of robotics on people.