Control A Robot With EyeSeeCam
University of Munich Hospital scientists have created the EyeSeeCam, a head mounted control interface. It tracks from the viewpoint of the wearer and transmits data to servo actuators. Operated by remote control, it can then control a robot or other electronic devices. You only need a standard laptop with a 6-pin firewire port for connection. Designed to study cognitive behavior, the German team plans to turn their discovery into a commercial product.
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Posted by Sheila Franklin at May 11, 2009 8:52 AM