Tag Archives: robot telepresence
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
As I have been reporting from here, the InnoRobo conference was quite an eclectic group of companies – coming from France, South Korea and Japan. Yes, iRobot was there as a exhibit presenter, but most of the US robotics companies were definitely in absence.
I spent a great deal of time roaming the booths in the exhibit hall at the largess of Jean-Christophe from GOSTAI (he got me a complimentary pass to the event). I was looking forward to seeing JC and the updated Jazz, after my first experience with it two months ago. And, while GOSTAI has not released their new user interface, the redesigned Jazz has a lot of physical and component improvements. Continue reading
Our friend Fred Nikgohar shows his local CBS affiliate the future of robot telepresence with his TiLR system. In the course of the conversation, he hints at a newer version called the Luna. Continue reading