Travelmate

Fully autonomous robot suitcase

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KateHead of Social @ GitHub
I can't have a dog at my apartment... I feel like this could be a really sad substitute...
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Ryan HooverFounder, Product Hunt
@katesegrin well, at least it wouldn't poop and pee everywhere.
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KateHead of Social @ GitHub
@rrhoover hahaha great point. Just the smallest bit less cuddly though...
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Calum WebbCommunity at Product Hunt
@katesegrin @rrhoover Put a blanket on it? Lifehack of the century.
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Hal GottfriedFounder, Level Up Labs
@rrhoover you don't that for sure do you Ryan
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Corey OSenior Product Manager at Madison Reed
It looks like it performs beautifully on the perfectly flat surfaces that cover all your real world traveling situations.
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Andreas DuessCCO, Nourish Food Marketing
@coreyo also in a perfectly deserted airport. As they always are.
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Noah KimProduct Design @ FB
@andreasduess @coreyo Flat-surfaced, empty airports, with walking speed limits of 0.5mph.
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James O'SullivanLooking for a project!
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Haroon BakhshFounder, Looks Media
Look down to your right, awesome self moving suitcase. Checks back 2 mins later, it's gone.
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David GoldCurrently @dropbox, previously @citi
Problems I didn't even know I had
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Robert ByeBuilding products in NYC
There are literally people starving in the world and we're busy making this. FFS. Silicon Valley get your act together.
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Stefan MitevUI/UX Expert and visual designer.
@robjbye That's a pointless argument. There is almost zero correlation between slow autonomous suitcases and poverty. Just leave the market to kill it if it sucks and its creators will try something different. If feeding the poor was extremely profitable there'd be no poor people, the rest is just supply and demand. ✌️
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