FAM Robot Testing Programs
Meet The FAMbots
My name is Migo!
Migo mostly likes playing with very early learners. He loves felt images and learning mats and reading books. You’ll love it too, when you do it with Migo.
My name is Ubooly!
This Migo Ubooly is small enough to go everywhere with you! Migos come in all shapes and small sizes.
My name is Moxie!
My name is Hugo!
My name is Misty!
Misty works with all different platforms. He likes teaching all ages and all subjects.
Research & Development
Fine Art Miracles, Inc. (FAM) takes pride in both research and industry leadership, providing access to the most innovative and effective robotic techniques and methodologies to serve our clients and community.
We have cultivated a culture of forward-thinking colleagues, embracing new effective methods for therapy and creative expression, such as our FAMbots for Youth and Multi-Sensory Programs for People with Alzheimer’s Disease and Advanced Dementia.
Contact Tess for more information…especially if you would like to participate in a robot testing program: Tess@fineartmiracles.com
In response to COVID19, Aubrey Shick (former FAM Head of Research and Technology) and Choitek founder and CEO, John Choi, worked on developing our Hugo robot’s tele-operation capabilities, enabling FAM Therapists to drop off a robot in a home and tele-operate a beneficial play learning session from another location. FAM also instituted Hugo Zooms throughout the pandemic. As exciting as these opportunities were, everyone is glad we (and our robots!) are back to in-person engagements.
Members of our rich ongoing research and industry partnership programs, collaborate with FAM to serve our community. These include Misty Robotics, and Embodied, Inc. Misty launched their Solutions Hub and Embodied has released their Moxie robot. FAM was a part of early testing and the development of Moxie since 2017 and enjoyed early access to Beta programs.
FAM’s robotic division, FAMbots, is made up of a team of highly dedicated professionals, whose primary objective is to deliver captivating, robotic solutions to our clients. We do our best to keep up with current technology advancements and industry trends. Our latest project is nearing completion, and fingers are crossed that we will soon be unveiling it to the public. Brace yourself, as you’re about to meet a new member of the socially assistive technology family, that will undoubtedly catch your attention.
For now–just sit tight and stay tuned for the official announcement!