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Eva the Robot Photographer, a robot that has been a photographer for a few months now, can officially add "wedding photographer" to her resume.
A spokesperson for ServiceRobots.com, an all-encompassing website for your service robot needs, said that photo booths at weddings and corporate events are now a tired idea.
"They are looking for something new and memorable that will really make their event stand out. None of the guests at this wedding will ever forget their first encounter with a robot photographer."
Eva recognizes guests through facial recognition software before asking them to take a photo.
While wedding guests may be tired of photo booths, Eva works in nearly the same way. Guests can choose from a variety of effects and backgrounds on Eva's screen before sending Eva to print the shots at a photo-printing station.
Eva can also directly upload to social media.
The groom, Gary, said, "This was a fantastic addition to our day, and our guests are still talking about it. Eva went down a treat and really got people involved. It made a nice change from the normal photo booths."
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According to FStoppers, ServiceRobots.com is not intending to use Eva to replace real wedding photographers.
All photographs used with permission by Service Robots.