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    TELESAR V, telexistence robot, Tachi Laboratory, Minato, Tokyo, Japan

    Developer - Tachi Laboratory

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    TELESAR V - SIGGRAPH 2012 Emerging Technologies

    Published on Jul 10, 2012

    TELESAR V is a fundamental concept named for the general technology that enables human beings to experience a real-time sensation of being and interacting in a remote location.

    Conventional teleoperated robots often demonstrate higher degrees of freedom to manipulate specialized tools with precision. But these movements are mediated by the human participant's natural movements, which sometimes generates confusing feedback. These teleoperated robots also need special training to understand the body boundaries when performing tasks. TELESAR V is a dexterous anthropomorphic slave robot that duplicates the same size and movements of an ordinary human and maps the user's spinal, neck, head, and arm movements. With this system, users can perform tasks dexterously and feel the robot's body boundaries through wide-angle high-definition vision, binaural stereo audio, and fingertip haptic sensations.

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    KDDI’s Telesar V at CEATEC 2017

    Published on Oct 3, 2017

    A demonstration of KDDI’s Telesar V motion-copying robot at Makuhari Messe on Oct. 4, 2017.
    "New entrants flock to Tokyo’s cutting-edge technology trade show"

    by Shusuke Murai
    October 3, 2017

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