Robots streaming the details of their lives online through their social media feeds are becoming a common sight in recent years, and Netflix is looking to use the platform to make the transition easier for the millions of people who use the service.
The company is making a major push to make its robot streaming platform available on Netflix’s platform, which is aimed at making the experience of watching television and movies more personal and more convenient for people with disabilities.
The move comes as Netflix is also expanding its robotics team to a larger team of developers, as it tries to expand the capabilities of its robots, which can now be programmed with new tools.
Netflix said Thursday it has more than 1,000 developers working on the project.
“Our robots are more than just robots,” Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said in a statement.
The robot streaming service is already available on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Prime Video, Chromecast and Android TV. “
For those who can’t afford a robot, or just don’t want to pay for one, Netflix has the tools you need to use their services without paying a dime.”
The robot streaming service is already available on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Prime Video, Chromecast and Android TV.
Users can watch robot shows and movies on the service as well as on Netflix, which has said it plans to add additional robots to the service in the future.
Netflix said the robot streaming experience was originally created to give people with certain disabilities access to new content and access to entertainment that they may not otherwise get to enjoy.
“The technology has been developed to make it easy for people to watch their favorite shows and videos with a robot,” the company said.
“We are excited to be partnering with the most creative minds in the field to bring the robot experience to people with special needs.”