Monsieur Robot Bartender

Monsieur has a touchscreen user interface that is powered by Android and connected to a microcontroller. There's also a mobile app that allows you to order your drink from your sofa.

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Monsieur may, at first glance, look like a vending machine, but it is actually an AI-driven robot bartender that learns your moods, needs and preferences to make sure it always serves you the right drink, at the right time, no matter how discerning or exacting your tastes.

Monsieur can mix thousands of drinks and features a touchscreen menu of everything it has to offer, from Whiskey Sours to vodka Martinis and beyond. Users can increase or reduce the strength of any desired drink or even ask for a non-alcoholic version if they’re that way inclined. Or, for the more adventurous, there’s always the ‘surprise me’ button. And the more the machine is used, the better it becomes at understanding its owners’ tastes and preferences.

Monsieur has a touchscreen user interface that is powered by Android and connected to a microcontroller that orchestrates thermoelectric coolers, peristaltic pumps, sensors, and other mechanical components to deliver precision mixology. There’s also a mobile app that allows you to order your drink from your sofa.

Monsieur can interface with your home automation networks via WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, or Zigbee to determine who is home and connect to users. Monsieur is connected to our cloud-based servers in order to receive new cocktail updates and theme packages and get recommendations from Monsieur peer network.

Monsieur is also your personal butler. Here are some examples of Monsieur’s personal butler features

Long Day At The Office: Monsieur knows when you’ve had a long day at work and offers a double instead of a single.
Date Night: Monsieur can determine that you have a date over and offer him or her a cocktail as well.
Game Day: Monsieur can even be configured to offer a cocktail when your favorite team wins a game.



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