A rollable, spider-like deformed robot made by a Norwegian dad for his three-year-old son
When many parents are worrying about not having enough time to play with their children, a talented Norwegian father made a unique deforming machine ball to accompany his children, instead of his hurried footsteps beside them. According to the British 'Daily Mail' report on April 24, the 41-year-old father named Kare Halvorsen (Kare Halvorsen), he is a consultant engineer in Rogaland County, Norway, after being inspired, He designed and invented a cool robot toy for his three-year-old son. According to reports, Halvorson was inspired by children's Japanese toys to make the robot ball. He felt that he could do better, so he has today's robot toy. Recently, his new invention is a deformable robot that can roll and resemble a spider. The prototype of this robot has a spherical shape. When the bottom of the ball is unfolded, the robot becomes a six-legged spider. The top of the ball can also be transformed to resemble a lotus flower. Its top and bottom can move after it is deformed. Halvorson has also implanted an anti-catch program for the robot so that children can chase it and play. Halvorson said that children are his biggest fans and love his robot toys, which is also his biggest motivation. When others praised his creation, he said that although it would bring some economic benefits, it was more of his own interests and hobbies. At present, the robot toy invented by Halvorson has been copied and developed and sold in the United States.