d20 Robotics
 

W H A T

The d20 Robotics Blaster

W H AT IT DOES

Uses facial detection to fire a clean stream of liquid directly into your mouth from meters away

REALLY?

Yes, really really

 

d20 Robotics

We here at d20 Robotics believe that robots should be fun.  And not just like a toy your nephew leaves on the shelf, but fun for adults and kids alike.  So we built our robot, the Blaster, a small briefcase filled with enough technology to get you and your friends tipsy and have the photos to prove it.

The Blaster uses an advanced facial detection algorithm to identify when a target is in its range and facing it, ready for a shot.  It lines up a nozzle and launches whatever beverage you've chosen directly into your mouth.  With a range over 3m (9 ft), it can get you from pretty far away- and cleanly.  Naturally, while it's doing this it can take photos of you and your friends and (with your approval) post them to the social network of your choice. Make your friends jealous.

 

THIS IS AWESOME!

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OUR TEAM

WILL FISCHER
Founder/CEO, Mechanical Engineer


SAGAR MITTAL
Founder, Electrical Engineer, Software Engineer


MARK STEVENS
Founder, Electrical Engineer, Software Engineer


TRAVIS BRIGGS
Founder, Software Engineer
 

DISHA MALIK
VP of Business Development

 

OUR STORY

We started d20 Robotics as an offshoot of our competition team for the San Francisco Cocktail Robotics Grand Challenge, a competition that this team has won First Prize in 2015, 2016, and 2017.  We took our expertise and dedication to making robots fun and designed the Blaster, which we think is our most fun robot yet.  Don't expect us to stop, though.  We love dreaming up crazy robots and hope to keep you on your feet for years to come.

 

OUR NAME

We were buddies long before we were roboticists.  Part of that is our shared love of the classic tabletop role-playing game, Dungeons & Dragons.  The game is played with dice, notably a die commonly referred to as a d20.  Its twenty sides dictate success, failure, hilarity, and sorrow within the game.  We felt that was a fitting name for a company dedicated to fun, quirky robots.