- Polycom + Anybots equals InTouch + iRobot?
- Double Robotics launches the updated App in the iTunes Store
- Past Blast: IvanAnywhere shows how remote presence can work [VIDEO]
- Beaming into the local hardware store in North Vernon, IN
- Want to join the next Willow Garage? Or the French version of Xerox Parc?
Monthly Archives: May 2011
It has been a while since we have discussed our friends in Mountain View and last week, we caught up with Trevor and heard how the team has been cranking on rolling out their QBs to the market. As he wrote in his April post, the issues of static electricity have caused delayed they never expected. But, in the past week, they have put to rest most – if not all – of the issues and are ready to roll them out to their owners. Continue reading
The Mystery Robot is revealed – and no, it is not an Apple or Google product. It is Luna from RoboDynamics and we discuss why Luna may or may not be a telepresence robot. Continue reading
T-Minus One Day before Mysitery Robot gets launched and Colin Angle shows up at google I/O 2011 and announces the availability of AVAs for developers by the end of the year. Continue reading
Interview with Fred Nikgohar from RoboDynamics on his history, his ideas for how to make better robots and what he thinks is the future of personal robotics. Continue reading
And why not? One of the benefits from telepresence and remote presence systems that is very important is remote workers. As someone who is dying for my next RPS to play with – as I travel back and forth from NYC to London to California – I keep crying out for my Texai! Continue reading