Rick And Morty’s Butter Robot Is Now An Actual Thing You Can Buy
The butter robot by Rick and Morty was transformed into a butter-passing machine. It even has an “emotion engine”, which allows it to react to its surroundings. This is amazing.
This character was created by Rick Sanchez and first appeared on the first season. It questions him about his purpose. Rick replied, “You spread butter.” It breaks down, just seconds after being created by an eccentric and brilliant scientist. As expected, Rick doesn’t comfort the butter robot and responds with a wry comment: “Yeah, welcome into the club, pal.” Oh, Rick, you jester!
Now, the machine will be mass-produced so that everyone can have a butter robot to help them spread the butter. Adorable. It’s not just a novelty item. “Our partnership was with Digital Dream Labs, which gave us the opportunity deliver the creative storytelling of Rick & Morty in an incredibly surprising way that we believe will not just resonate with fans but also deepen their engagement,” Robert Oberschelp (say it three times fast). “The Butter Robot is innovative and fun.
The butter robot will have audio and visual sensors as well as an “emotion engine,” which allows it to react to what is happening. The butter robot will be able to pass the butter and grow in self-awareness and eventually even “rebel” against its user. Cool! This is the perfect gift for 2020, the year that everything went right! Justin Roiland, series creator and original actor of the show, will voice the product.
A complimentary mobile app will allow you to control the robot remotely from your smartphone. The three modes of control (Direct Control, Coding and Passing), allow the user to give commands to the robot until it rebels against its despotic human masters. Direct Control allows the robot to perform pre-programmed actions, such as dances. The user can also drive the robot around the table. Drag-and-drop blocks allow users to create new actions for the robot. The mobile app also has a text-to voice feature that could lead to hilarious results. The Passing Mode, which is WYSIWYG, passes the butter stick to the person who requested it. It is a miracle of engineering.
It’s quite adorable though. The robot can be pre-ordered for $147. This is $50 off before it hits the shelves. The robot comes with a butter stick and a USB-typeC charging cable and adapter. It also includes the mobile app. Justin Roiland will sign the robot.
Adult Swim’s animated series Rick and Morty is remarkable for how many high-sci-fi ideas it can squeeze into a single 20-minute block of television.
Multiverses, microverses and time travel have all been seen. Galactic wars, purge worlds, parasites and hive minds are just a few of the many other things we’ve seen. It’s hard to imagine the big ideas that would be incorporated into a Rick and Mortymovie. The show creators had some ideas about what such a project could look like.
In an interview with Scott Marder, Rick and Morty producer, and Spencer Grammer (Summer voice actress), Digital Spy found out how the creative team would increase the already high stakes TV show if they used the portal gun to move to the big screen.
Marder acknowledged that it would be “dangerous.” “I wouldn’t be surprised if one comes down the pipe someday. Every episode feels like a movie to me. I would love to see a movie. A movie is the equivalent to a trilogy. It’s impossible to pack in so much. It would have to be epic.
Grammer agreed, “It would have to be something that big.” It would have to be an interactive, 3D movie with a theme park. It’s possible to make a movie straight. It wouldn’t be enough.
Marder laughed and said, “[It will be] when we finally get Smellovision functioning.” “Once everyone has another sense, they can all use it.”