DreamBots Ltd. presents the WheeMe massaging robots

by Mark R

So who says that you need human hands to give you a massage? Well, you do, actually.

However, if you are willing to try out an acceptable substitute to fleshy human hands touching your back, you might want to consider the WheeMe from DreamBots Ltd.

The WheeMe is clearly designed to look like one of those massage wheels that a human is supposed to push across your back. Now, the creators of this massage thing could have made a robot arm to manipulate this thing, but they have made this autonomous contraption.

When I say autonomous, I mean that it has a built-in sensor that will insure that it never falls off the user’s back. I’m guessing that it probably spends a lot of time on your spine.

In case you are wondering if this spiky wheel might be slightly uncomfortable on your back, then you should know that my Source says are made of “soft fingerettes that provide a delightful sense of bodily pleasure”.

You won’t be able to get the WheeMe now, but it should be on display at CES 2011. I just learned that I am going to be attending this year, but I don’t really want to take my shirt off to try it out.

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3 reviews or comments

Marlon Rodriguez Says: December 1, 2010 at 8:26 am

Talk about a waste of money, time spent creating this crap and misguided use of good technological knowledge by creator of this device. This gadget isn’t going to move far because if it’s sensors will prevent it from falling off indicating it is also using a weight distributional equation, this device will mainly stay in one section and not give full massage at all- more of a tickle in one spot. BoRingggg…… Really, it’s boring.

Marlon Rodriguez Says: December 1, 2010 at 8:28 am

Hope it doesn’t cost much because it’s truly not even worse getting even if given as a free gift.

Ilya Says: December 1, 2010 at 4:01 pm

Want! I hope it costs under $200

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