Robots Teach Toddlers About Posture

All types of learning may be affected by the body’s spatial relationship to the surrounding world

Struggling to get good grades? Keep forgetting where you left your car keys? Are you a sloucher? There could be a connection.

A new study from Indiana University suggests there’s a critical link between body posture and the early stages of knowledge acquisition. That’s right; the position you adopt while learning may play a far more significant role than we thought in terms of what you absorb. 

While that finding is interesting enough, even more intriguing is how the researchers discovered it: by studying toddlers—and robots.

These aren’t just any robots though. They are specifically designed to mimic the way children learn and develop. They even kind of look like kids...

Read more at Nexopia.com...

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