Home Health & Medical Georgia Tech’s Surrogate Robot for People with Motor Impairments

Georgia Tech’s Surrogate Robot for People with Motor Impairments

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Robots are already capable of making life easier for people with disabilities. Georgia Tech researchers have taken it to the next level by coming up with an augmented reality interface to help people with motor impairments see the world through a robot’s eyes. It allows users to operate a humanoid robot to feed themselves and perform routine tasks.

These robot can scratch the patient’s body and even apply skin lotion. The above video shows it in action.

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