Pilot Presence Blog Roll
- Autonomous Robots Blog
- Everything Robotic
- GetRobo (Japanese)
- I Heart Robotics
- IEEE Spectrum on Robotics
- Life in the Robotics Lab
- Microsoft Robotics Blog
- Plastic Pals
- Robot News (Sweden)
- RobotShop Blog
- Singularity Hub
- Smashing Robots
- The Robot Report
- Tim Hornyak from CNET
- Trossen Robotics
- W3 EDGE, Optimization Products for WordPress
Category Archives: Remote Presence Amusement
The Verge misses the point of telepresence devices
James Vincent from The Verge slags off the concept of telepresence robotics, but has yet to experience the true benefit. Continue reading
Past Blast: IvanAnywhere shows how remote presence can work [VIDEO]
Past Blast: checking out IvanAnywhere’s efforts on remote presence in 2007. Continue reading
“Beam me up, Scotty!” Suitable announces the Beam!
At midnight tonight, Suitable Tech’s CEO Scott Hassan unveiled the second version of their Remote Presence System – the Beam.
The Beam itself is not the System, since the entire collection (remote presence device, the client app and the docking station) make up the entire system. engadget was given a preview which shows the device as Scott has “beam”ed into the Beam. See the video below: Continue reading
No Telepresence Robots Allowed!
Just saw this terrific comic from Bleeker Comics and thought you would have a laugh. I will be catching up with Pilot Presence news in the coming weeks. Sorry for the extended holiday.
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These robots need your VOTES!
Time to vote for the Engadget Robot of the Year – don’t waste your time, just VOTE! Continue reading
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Flashback: Telepresence from 1980 – NYC to LA
This past weekend, a number of interesting links have shown up – but not directly relatable to players in the market today. So, how about a blast from the past and see what happened in 1980 when Kit Galloway and Sherrie Rabinowitz created a “Hole in Space” from Lincoln Center to the open-air Shopping Center in Century City. The video is quite interesting in watching how the passerbys reacted to the presence of people from 3000 miles away. Continue reading
Superbowl Sunday Ad for Anybots
No, Trevor and the team did not pay for a “real” Superbowl Ad. Just that a friend found that Red Rock Coffee, on Castro in Mountain View, CA posted a great video of the QB using a 4G network to visit the coffee shop to purchase scones. Funniest part was the number of people photographing and videoing the incident. Continue reading
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Could this be the Remote Presence Rocky?
Real Steel shows remote presence Rocky fights – coming October 2011 Continue reading
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