OMAR plunged its arm into each bowl prior

The prototype is a robotic arm that uses specialized bowls and utensils and software to track a person’s face. It also has its own mobile app, an emergency stop button, and a portable, rechargeable battery.

Sufficiently little to sit on a table, the OMAR was connected to a base with three bowl holders each holding a little dish of treats.

The model’s six makers, including Mustafa, remained close to the little robot, showing how it worked. Getting a handle on an exceptional three dimensional printed spoon in a paw catch, the OMAR plunged its arm into each bowl prior to unloading Skittles, M&M’s and jam beans into spectators’ outstretched hands.