​Australian Entrepreneur Unveils ‘Brain-Controlled’ Telepresence Robot


Story by Byron Connolly, CIO

A $200 off-the-shelf brain control interface is being used to power an Australian-developed telepresence robot that allows people with limited upper limb mobility to attend work or school remotely.

Created by Melbourne-based company Aubot, the brain-controlled telepresence robot dubbed ‘Teleport’ uses the MindWave mind control interface to track the focus of a user’s brain. Once a person concentrates over a certain threshold, the robot moves.

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