Vist Anywhere in the World with 2Mar Teleport Robotics

By: | March 8th, 2016

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2Mar (Image Courtesy www.2mar.com)

A company called 2Mar Robotics¬†from Australia’s Melbourne Accelerator Program at the University of Melbourne is developing robots that allow people to be anywhere from anywhere through a robotic device known as Teleport. The purpose of Teleport is to allow people to be anywhere at any time without having to travel or increase their carbon footprint.

Meet Teleport’s Sibling, Jeva

2Mar has also developed Jeva, a robotic system that can be used by disabled people to perform the following daily tasks:

  • Feeding yourself
  • Opening doors
  • Scratching your face
  • Pouring a drink
  • Opening and closing gates
  • Picking stuff up off the ground
  • Administering your own medication
  • Picking up a landline phone when it rings
  • Turning light switches on and off
  • Pushing the higher-up numbers in an elevator
  • Getting stuff off the higher shelves in the supermarket
  • Pushing the button to cross the road
  • Brushing your teeth
  • Drawing pictures
  • Signing your signature

The following video shows 2Mar’s Jeva robots at working helping disabled people to carry out basic daily tasks:

David Russell Schilling

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