The folks at CNET spent some time living with the Sony Aibo Robot Dog. How did it all work out? Watch this video to find out. Go here for a lot more information on Aibo. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) students can learn how to design robots […]
Check out this video on “Doggo” a four-legged robot built by STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) students at Stanford University. Go here to learn a lot more about the Doggo project including how YOU can get involved in this open source project. Geek On!
Scanning the news a few days ago, I spotted an article showing a picture of the Amazon Scout autonomous delivery robot. As always, in this day and age, I just read the headline and moved on to the next headline. But today, I went back to that article […]
I started seeing robotic video conferencing devices appear around 2010. I wrote a few blogs on the HeadThere Giraffe, AnyBots, and VGo (see my blog entries here) and even watched an episode of “The Big Bang Theory” which featured Sheldon using a “nice virtual presence device” to meet the […]
Here is another robotic video conferencing device. VGo. In the video they call it: “Robotic Telepresence”…how errrr, interesting. Gotta love those Marketing folks…gettin’ the buzz words down. 🙂 I will try to get the VGo at AltamontCowork to test (the others (Giraffe, and AnyBots, have failed to […]
If you watched the “The Big Bang Theory” last night you saw a really cool application for videoconferencing. Do a search on “HeadThere Giraffe” (I’m serious) in this blog to see a very similar (and nicer) implementation (I copied the picture above). I was watching the show but was called away (by Lori!) to do […]
I wrote a blog entry a couple of years ago on a robot that could do videoconferencing. See this link. I never heard anything more… Here is newer product (Anybots) that is, I believe, getting close to release. Just thought you might like it…..I still think the idea […]