Wearable Robotic Rings to control the bot in you, better

by Gareth Mankoo

A research group at Keio University developed Wearable Robotic Rings that imitate eye and mouth movements. So as you wear these and make the appropriate hand movements, the receiving terminal takes in the input and processes the same. Currently the robot is controlled by a PC and microcontroller. In the future this can get more elaborate in function, to sense motion and act accordingly. The developers believe that for starts, the Wearable Robotic Rings will serve as a good interactive tool for users who use it for finger games. Truly this is interactivity at your fingertips. Do check the video after the jump.



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