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Telepresence Robots


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Presentation from CW (Cambridge Wireless) Future Devices & Technologies SIG (#CWFDT) on 27th March 2018.

This presentation looks at how and in what situations can robot substitute human beings.

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Telepresence Robots

  1. 1. Telepresence Robots Future Devices & Technologies SIG (#CWFDT) 27th March 2018 @3g4gUK
  2. 2. What if robots can substitute humans? o If the humans could not be present in a situation where they need to be. o This could be due to long or short term medical condition. o Or it could be due to travel issues. o Or it could be just to keep an eye on someone. o Lets look at 3 quick examples ©3G4G
  3. 3. No Isolation: Bringing people together ©3G4G Video link
  4. 4. No Isolation: Bringing people together ©3G4G A Norwegian company No Isolation was founded in Oslo (Norway) in 2015, with the intention of reducing loneliness by creating solutions to bring people together. As an organisation, we like to keep in regular contact with our users, as it enables us to better develop products with both an appealing and user- friendly design. Source: NoIsolation Image from Video Link
  5. 5. ChameleonMask: ‘Human Uber’ ©3G4G ChameleonMask: Embodied Physical and Social Telepresence using Human Surrogates Chameleonmask is a telepresence system that shows a remote user’s face on the other user’s face. While most telepresence systems have been designed to provide a remote user’s existence with a teleoperated robot, the system uses a real human as a surrogate for another remote user. Source: Rekimoto Lab Video Link
  6. 6. Beam®: ‘Smart Presence’ ©3G4G Beam® transforming human interaction in an increasingly virtual world. Finally, a personal and natural way to collaborate, check in and be present, no matter where you are. Source: Beam Video link
  7. 7. Open Discussion What do you think about Telepresence robots? ©3G4G
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