It typically involves using robotics to drag a pen across an anchored paper.
In addition to the pre-loaded handwriting styles, users can also digitize and copy their own handwriting.
So, rather than repeatedly copy phrases from textbooks dozens of times, the robot simply performed the task for her.
In the end, the teen completed her homework in two days – faster than expected.
Using the same technology, a New-York based company, Bond has been able to compose and send thousands of “handwritten” notes.
If you are fed up with so many assignments or you have tried to determine what to write, but you cannot find anything, then you do not need to worry.
Following Qianjiang Evening News’ report of the event, a debate was sparked on Weibo, a popular social media platform in China. Being proficient at reading and writing in Chinese requires learning thousands of characters.
This often requires the tedious process of repeatedly copying them from a text.
The mother then took to the popular social media platform Weibo to complain about her daughter’s tactics.
She was quoted writing in her post: “It can help you with homework, but can it help you on tests?