Romeo Robot Teleoperation Using VR Headset & LEAP

romeo-immersive-teleoperationMeet Romeo2: a humanoid robot that can manipulate objects, walk around, and perform a variety of tasks. As this video shows, a VR headset and LEAP Motion controller can be used to teleoperate the robot in a more immersive fashion.

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As the operator turns his head, the robot keeps up. Hand movements are also followed by the robot. For this project, a Zeiss VR One, Android phone, and Leap motion controller were used. TheAmazel has shared a bunch of amazing videos of this robot on YouTube.

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