Robot For Elderly By Carnegie Mellon University

Posted: Apr 12 2004, 12:05am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:26pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff


Robot for Elderly by Carnegie Mellon University
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At Carnegie Mellon, Greg Armstrong, senior research technician at the School of Computer Science, demonstrates a robot named Pearl. The robot is designed to help older people with various tasks.

The abilities of Pearl are fairly limited. But the $100,000 robot already took some user tests with elderly to guide them around a store.
Read more on Post-Gazette and Roland Piquepaille Weblog.

We reported recently many robots like the Orang-Utan Robot, Robot Receptionist, Actroid Robot, Guard Robot Banryu and more.

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