Tachi Lab’s impressive Telexistence system reproduces tactile sensation, vibration, temperature, and more.
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Tachi Lab’s fourth telepresence robot is demonstrated in this video from IROS 2011.
A wearable robot avatar that allows you to take anyone with you on the go.
The touch-gesture controller for biped robots has been ported to the iPad.
A guide robot developed at Keio University with the help of Muratec, which introduced prospective students to the school.
An autonomous omnidirectional cart delivery robot developed to improve hospital efficiency.
The Design UI project has birthed a fun new experiment where a trio of robots help to cook some miso soup.
As part of JST/ERATO, Igarashi Design UI Project, members of Keio University have developed a novel control scheme for bipedal robots and virtual characters called “Walky”.