January 24, 2011

Teen Uses Vgo Telepresence Bot for School

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A new application has been found for a telepresence robot. A 15 year-old Texas student with polycystic kidney disease could not attend class because last year his body began rejecting a transplant that he had received when he was seven. So a Vgo robot has been provided so that Lyndon Bady can stay in bed. He sends it from class to class and controls the bot from his PC. His shining face appears on the display.

Via Vgo Communications

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at January 24, 2011 8:41 PM
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