Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences and H&S Robots developed a humanoid called Rhoni. Its aim is to assist patients to get up, to dress, and also bring food and guide them.
Niederrhein University and H&S Robots developed the female version of Rhoni called the Rhonietta. It is a more advanced humanoid with artificial eyelashes and embracing arms.
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