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Talk to this DIY robot and it will respond using GIFs

Meet Peeqo.

Meet Peeqo – it's a robot one Redditor built that responds to what you say. But instead of talking or writing back to you, it uses GIFs.

As if that's not cool enough, the creator posted instructions online for how to make one for yourself. You'll need to be pretty tech savvy and have all the right resources, but it's all out there.

The Next Web has the full story.

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