Finally making some positive headway with the new collision avoidance on WARP. Zoey got some quality iPad time.
Using some of the voice commands I demoed at the last Seattle Robotics Society meeting. WARP takes voice commands for maneuver through the house. WARP is a proof of concept / prototype.
WARP (Wheelchair Assist Robot Platform) shows off it’s collision avoidance and “Drive to Destination” targeting mode at the Norwescon SciFi and Fantasy conference in Seatac on Easter Sunday.
No children were injured despite their aggressive nature towards the robot.
The robot was very patient with the squishy life forms despite their continued taunting.
Early testing of the new prototype. I am excited to share this as I have been working long hours bringing this concept to reality. It is moving around in a confined space pretty well. There is still a lot of work to be done, but it is getting closer. Very excited!