Paolo Fiorini delves into the area of haptics and force feedback in telepresence as part of the IEEE Telepresence Workshop 2021.
Mark Spong of UT Dallas explains his research into what role passivity plays in effective bilateral teleoperation.
Jan van Erp: Embodiment as key to ultimate transparency in telepresence - IEEE Telepresence Workshop 2021
Jan van Erp explains the concepts around the importance of embodiment as key to ultimate transparency in telepresence - IEEE Telepresence Workshop 2021.
Allison Okamura: The Present and Future of Haptics for Telepresence - IEEE Telepresence Workshop 2021
Allison Okamura outlines the present and future of haptics for telepresence, citing examples from her work at Hoku Labs.
Günter Niemeyer: Force Feedback and Transparency for Immersive Telerobotics: Is this the Path to the Best Systems - IEEE Telepresence Workshop 2021
Cal Tech's Günter Niemeyer offers his insights derived from extensive research on force feedback and transparency for immersive telerobotics.
John Blitch: Neurophysiological Assessment of Latency Induced Cognitive State in Space Based Emergency Response - IEEE Telepresence Workshop 2021
Emergency response researcher, John Blitch, provides insights on neurophysiological assessment of latency induced cognitive state in space based emergency response, and offers a challenge for future research.
Leila Takayama explores the ways that human-centered robotic telepresence works to enhance both sides of the equation.
NASA Ames Research Center Chief Roboticist, Terry Fong, guides us through the multi-faceted evolution of space telerobotics research that makes interactive human-robotic exploration possible.
Carla Victoria Ramírez López: Telepresence in education, hologram professors - IEEE Telepresence Workshop 2021
Carla Victoria Ramirez Lopez reveals telepresence evolution in education, the systems, and research behind the hologram professors at Tecnologico de Monterrey.
Saeid Nahavandi, Director of Director, IISRI at Australia's Deakin University shares research on the ways that haptically enabled teleoperations will impact robotics.
JPL principal technologist Hari Nayar reveals the possibilities for evolved telepresence in the next phase of space exploration.
As CTO of Mission Control Space Services, Michele Faragalli has a literal handle on what it takes to teleoperate a lunar rover.
When it comes to remote observability and control of field deployed robots, Jeff Linnel is often the thought leader.
Carolyn Heinrich: The Promise of Telepresence for Expanding Educational Opportunities - IEEE Telepresence Workshop
Carolyn Heinrich shifts the focus to methods and strategies to leverage the promise of telepresence for expanding educational opportunities.
ANA Avatar Xprize Executive Director, David Locke provides an update in the Xprize competition that is working toward building an avatar future.
Adrian Stoica: Telepresence, Avatars and Workshop Closing Remarks - IEEE Telepresence Workshop 2021