This robot photographer will take your profile pic for you

Maisy Mok, CNNUpdated 4th October 2019
Everyone loves a photo booth and Selfiebot takes this experience to the next level. Roaming amongst the crowd, the robot surprises and delights with fully customisable speech interacting with guests using your brand's unique tone of voice. Selfiebot can print photo's instantly or send them to guests via SMS or email which encourages social sharing. This will give you an effective data capture tool for re-targeting and guest follow ups. Selfiebot can be further customised with branded photo overlays and 'on -bot' branding creating a premium experience for your guests. Selfiebot Photo booth is available for rental worldwide.
(CNN) — Why use your own arm to take selfies when you have a robot to do it for you? Meet the world's first robotic photographer: "Selfiebot" created by Australian investor Enrico Penzo.
This multi-functional six-foot-tall robot is an elevated photo booth, videographer and a photo printer all-in-one. Hence, It is a robotic platform catering to the event industry.
Created in 2017, Selfiebot is made of a ring light attached to a tablet computer connecting a digital camera on wheels.
AI-powered conversational interface offers a fully customizable speech function to interact with the crowd to take snapshots and videos. Users can simply tap on the monitor to activate the photo-taking function.
Selfiebot makings it Asian debut in Singapore.
Selfiebot makings it Asian debut in Singapore.
Courtesy Enrico Penzo
"Selfiebot is a solution for the lack of mobility in the traditional photo booths and avoid awkward interactions between photographer and guests in public events," Penzo, creator of the robot, wrote on his blog.
Photos and videos taken can be sent through email or SMS or be printed on the spot. The robot can be furthered customized upon request with photo overlays, animated gifs and custom logo branding.
Selfiebot is now available to be rented in Europe, the United States, Australia and Singapore.
There are currently ten selfiebots around the world, and Penzo tells CNN that he is still looking for "more opportunities to expand the business."
That said, even if you have a robot to take your selfies for you, the practice is still frowned upon when you're with wombats on Maria Island, Australia or at this beautiful-but-toxic lake in Russia.