As you can see, Bob, that web page has not been updated. Sorry, ladies. But see below for how Food Robot evolved from early 2013 to our current setup. Can you spot the differences?
Back to the outdated web page. In my defense, it's not really that popular. Look at this Google Analytics report. Almost three years and barely 400 pageviews? Weaksauce, man:
Oddly enough, according to Slideshare, German fairgoers love cat feeding robots:
On the gripping hand, I'm wondering whether this should be more of a community site. Companies like Bistro and Petnet (formerly Pintofeed) are working on product-izing food robots, but I've also seen plenty of really creative DIY setups online.
For example, a friend of a friend posted this just yesterday:
food robot v0.5. now with more diameter, a velocity-dampening bend, and somehow, more duct tape. @trevordbabcock pic.twitter.com/3deEE43byo— rejennarate (@rejennarate) December 17, 2014
Clearly there is a (WAIT FOR IT) hunger for cat feeding robots and discussion thereof. And the domain foodrobot.org is available... hmm.
I think the food robot needs DRM. Consider:
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