"Beaming" technology allows for remote human/rat communications
Earlier this week, we reported on the "beaming" telepresence system being developed by the EU Commission's Community Research and Development Information Service (CORDIS). Once developed, the system should allow users to virtually experience being in a remote location by seeing, hearing and even feeling that location through the sensory inputs of a robot located there. That robot, in turn, would relay the user's speech and movements to the people at that location. Now, two of the CORDIS partners have put an interesting slant on the technology – they've used it to let people interact with rats... Continue Reading "Beaming" technology allows for remote human/rat communicationsSection: TelecommunicationsTags: Remote Presence, Telepresence, University College London, University of Barcelona, Virtual Reality Related Articles: CORDIS plans to "beam" people to meetings Brown University develops autonomous, gesture-following robot Kinect-based system developed that recognizes what you're doing Roboti
Earlier this week, we reported on the "beaming" telepresence system being developed by the EU Commission's Community Research and Development Information Service (CORDIS). Once developed, the ...
Thu 1 Nov 12 from Gizmag
Using cutting-edge virtual reality technology, researchers have 'beamed' a person into a rat facility allowing the rat and human to interact with each other on the same scale.
Wed 31 Oct 12 from Phys.org
Robots and virtual reality have helped rats and humans meet, interact and play a game.
Wed 31 Oct 12 from BBC News
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Sun 4 Nov 12 from Engadget
Researchers at the University of Barcelona and University College London (UCL) have used a custom-made virtual reality (VR) system to allow humans and rats to interact ...
Sat 3 Nov 12 from The Verge
A new system lets rats control an avatar that's the shape and size of a human.
Thu 1 Nov 12 from Livescience
Avatar-like technology gets a test drive -- with rats.
Thu 1 Nov 12 from Discovery.com
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Thu 1 Nov 12 from Popular Science
This is one use of VR that you might think was an elaborate hoax or something from a novel. The idea is to let man and animals, a rat in this case, operate on more equal terms. Read more...
Thu 1 Nov 12 from iProgrammer
redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online Researchers have successfully 'beamed' a human into a virtual reality rat facility, allowing the rat and person to interact with one ...
Fri 2 Nov 12 from RedOrbit