Robotics show significant promise as a teaching and communication tool. They appear to be a bridge between a device or computer (which can be very anti-social) and a human (which have limitations). Beginning in June of 2016 ROBAUTO and researchers from the University of Colorado, Boulder will be collaborating on a CU funded project to […]
I love innovation. I just love to see ideas turn into reality. I love this concept that if a group of people really work on a problem, they can sometimes solve it. I also love robots. I don’t know why exactly, I just think they are so cool. I remember watching the Jetsons with my […]
BiBli is a robot that has been design by students – for students. It is the first low-cost, truly intelligent, mobile-social education and teaching robot.
As background please note that this robot is being initially designed to help those with autism to communicate, have companionship and interface with the world. After our initial research we found that schools and parents were in need is something low-cost but that also keeps attention and gathers data. Think of ONE as a sort […]
The shell of ONE, as well as the simple remote control was designed primarily from input from lots of our early supporters. In reality, the look of it can be anything. What is important is the programs it delivers. Here are some early ideas from our autistic robotics club.
Join us Tuesday March 4, 2014 at New Tech Boulder (6 PM Wolff Law Building CU Boulder) to learn about ONE, a crowdsourced robot for healthcare. A few scrapes and bruises after the initial autism pilots but loaded with new software, camera and sound system.
Watch Josh. Before he got this iPad communication app he was not able to communicate normally. When he got this iPad, his therapists were hit with a tsunami of communication. “There is something about the way the iPad draws people in..” “What we are thinking is that the device is constant. It’s always the same..”