With a new visual control system, guiding a robot remotely—and precisely—could feel a lot like playing a first-person 3D video game.
“This capability could have numerous applications—especially in situations where directly observing the robot’s operation is hazardous or not possible—including bomb disposal, handling of hazardous materials, and search-and-rescue missions,” says Georgia Tech senior research engineer Ai-Ping Hu.
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