MRISAR's Research & Development Team

Specializing in Public Use Robotics & Rehabilitation Robotics


Our R & D team consists of MRISAR's Founders John Siegel & Victoria Siegel and their two youngest daughters Autumn & Aurora Siegel, (who started helping with R & D when they were preschoolers).

MRISAR was created in 1993 by its founders to help fund and promote their research and development in Humanitarian based Robotics and other scientific elements by incorporating simplistic aspects of the technologies they develop into “Public Use Robotic and Science & Art Interactive Devices” that are sold world-wide to Science & Technology Centers, Museums, Universities, NASA, domestic & foreign governments, royalty, and the film industries, etc.  MRISAR resides in a 36,000 sq. ft. complex and provides “Free Admission Public Events” at their facility and “Free On-location Events” at other public educational institutions. They hope to inspire the upcoming generation to create careers in responsible technologies that improve the quality of life. So far they have funded all of their own R & D. Because 99.8% of R & D and the exhibit work that funds it is done “In-House”, small monetary amounts produce immense results.


From left: MRISAR's R & D team John, Autumn, Victoria & Aurora Siegel, standing in front of MRISAR Institute. 10-2015.





Click here to view images of our R & D Team creating & testing exhibits & prototypes.

So far we have funded all our R & D by incorporating aspects of some of the technologies we develop into Public Use Robotic & scientific, interactive exhibits that we design, fabricate and sell to world-class museums, science centers, universities, NASA, domestic & foreign governments, royalty, and the film industries, etc.

Our 1990's circa, original innovative research & development in "Facial Feature Controlled Technology" and "Artificial Sense of Touch Technology", (Adaptive Technology prototypes for the disabled), helped pioneer those fields!

We were the only company in the world to be awarded an entire chapter regarding our Public Use Robotics and Rehabilitation Robotics work in the International Federation of Robotics (IFR) “World Robotics; Service Robotics, 2011”.

Regardless of the area of R & D we undertake, we always incorporate humanitarian or environmental aspects!

We balance business with Philanthropic Ideals by Developing & Promoting “Responsible” Technologies!


Balancing business with Philanthropic Ideals!  Developing & Promoting “Responsible” Technologies!

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