Main article: Household robots

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More domestic robots to come

Clothes robots

Hamper robot

Robots takes clothes hampers and transport it to or from the bathroom, washing machine, clothes dryer or wardrobe. By 2050, most middle-class and upper class households will be able to own at least one household robot for their house or apartment.

The beginning of the 22nd century will see households where the number of household robots can exceed the number of human inhabitants.

Other clothes robots

Robots split the white and the black clothes before put them in the washing machine.

After the washing and drying, it gives the clothes to the (nowadays) ironing robots (Driron).

From there, the hamper robot transport the ironed clothes to the wardrobe or built-in wardrobe robot.

For splits and these works, robots can use clothes´ barcodes (they can be created by the user also).


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