Humanoid Telepresence Space Robot
According to our research this exhibit is unlike any other on the planet. It is inspired by NASA’s Robonaut Telepresence.
The robot in our exhibit presents a real platform for the museum visitor to experience the complexities of humanoid telepresence in a fun yet highly educational way.
The robot is also a variation of a design that we are developing for an actual research and development project at our institute, which will be used in a number of beneficial applications for industry, the disabled and exploration.
The telepresence controls for this exhibit are based on the basic layout of the ISS robot arm control joysticks as a further merit to the exhibit. The telepresence controls can be placed up to 75 from the main exhibit case.
The main case measurements are 10 ft deep x 11 ft wide x 72 inches high. The Telepresence control part of the exhibit is 6 ft wide by 3.5 ft deep x 72 inches high. The exhibit comes equipped with the control and video cables that must be placed between the main unit and Telepresence unit.
The activity the visitor is to perform is the repair of a satellite. Three different repair activities are provided. The controls and satellite are interactive. The controls keep track of the progress and after a predetermined time interval, the satellite and controls reset for the next user.
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Includes both exhibits, activities, telepresence cable, service manual and maintenance schedule.
7-year warranty against defects in our workmanship; Free Life-time phone/internet technical support; Life-time parts supply sourcing for our exhibits at wholesale prices. Terms
Our exhibits have a long service life expectancy, with many units still functioning smoothly at 10 years plus. They are so easy to maintain and repair, that it usually takes regular museum staff only 15 to 30 minutes.
Optional Accessories: Voice Playback
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