‘Big Hero 6′ movie and ‘Baymax’ the health care robot

Baymax was created by the brilliant Tadashi Hamada as a healthcare providing robot nurse for the citizens of San Fransyoko and his brother, Hiro Hamada. Tadashi’s goal in creating Baymax was to help improve healthcare around the world, basically wanting nothing more than to use his creation and genius for the better of humanity. To provide him with his programming, and overall personality, Baymax was given a special chipwith Tadashi’s inscriptions, which makes him the lovable robot he truly is. Without it, he can be conceived as an entirely different being. As programming would have, Baymax is instantly summoned by the sound of distress, and can only deactivate once his current patient states “I am satisfied with my care.”

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Baymax cares. That’s what he was designed to do. The plus-sized inflatable robot’s job title is technically Healthcare Companion: With a simple scan, Baymax can detect vital stats, and, given a patient’s level of pain, can treat nearly any ailment. Conceived and built by Tadashi Hamada, Baymax just might revolutionize the healthcare industry. But to the inventor’s kid brother Hiro, the nurturing, guileless bot turns out to be more than what he was built for—he’s a hero, and quite possibly Hiro’s closest friend. And after some deft reprogramming that includes a rocket fist, super strength and rocket thrusters that allow him to fly, Baymax becomes one of the Big Hero 6.[2]

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One thought on “‘Big Hero 6′ movie and ‘Baymax’ the health care robot

  1. He is equipped with sanitiser, body temperature reading, he can warm you up and take your heart rate. He is super strong and gentle, he looks like a snowman and holds a tonne of data so he can recognise your needs and store them. In the film he gets a body of armour and reprogrammed to fight, always there to protect against the bad guys.

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