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A Study on the Development of Ubiquitous CellPhone Robot

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In this video clip, the development of ubiquitous CPR(Cellular Phone Robot), which adds personal robotic features such as mobility and emotion to CP(Cellular Phone), is presented. We described a prototype implementation of CPR and demonstrated its successful navigational ability. CPR movement are controlled by the data acquired from velocity sensors and the coordinates from RFID tags on the floor. Emotion modules of the CPR Interaction system stimulate human touch-sense through vibrations, olfactory-sense through perfumes, and visual-sense through motion patterns. Biometric signals of human can be effectively measured with ECG and EDR. Experimental results show these easy-to-mount on CPR Equipments are sufficient for generating reliable signal measurements. People will rely more and more on robotic assistants in the near future. Personal robots will lead the way to the new era. CPR provides a stepping stone.

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Intelligent Robots and Systems, 2006 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on

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Oct. 2006