Immersive technologies and high-speed telecommunication standards are enabling new ways to work remotely.
Now it is possible to teleoperate individual and combined control of any number of robotic arms. Thanks to the designed control architecture, the human operator can intuitively create robot groups to control them together.
In this episode, we talk about how ostriches are inspiring a new generation of bipedal robots and the innovation enabling remote endovascular surgery.
While the concept of a hugging robot may sound bizarre, the researchers behind the project — now in its third generation — believe that such a device could have a major impact on everything from social telepresence to elder care.
In the not-too-distant future, autonomous, networked vehicles will be able to handle most tasks independently. However, they are not yet capable of dealing with all traffic situations. If they encounter a problem that they do not know how to solve, safety comes first.
The system could provide teleoperated endovascular treatment to patients during the critical time window after a stroke begins.
The Robot Teleoperativo is a new robotics result achieved at IIT-Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia and combining the rugged locomotion of HyQReal robot with dexterous and powerful manipulation assured by a new robotic arm, controlled by immersive VR visualization and haptic teleoperation.
In this webinar (July 2020) we take the first public in-depth look at the Reach Bravo underwater robotic arm system and answer attendees questions.
SenseGlove is a wearable technology for virtual reality invented by Johannes Luijten and Gijs den Butter, at the Delft University of Technology as their graduation project.
RE2's dual-arm robot features human-like strength and dexterity
Addressing a major issue and taking the next steps in economic development
Learning a new skill by observing another individual, the ability to imitate, is a key part of intelligence in human and animals. Can we enable a robot to do the same, learning to manipulate a new object by simply watching a human manipulating an object.
As icons and rituals adapt to newer technologies, the rise of robotics and AI can change the way we practice and experience spirituality.