June 4, 2016
E-Motion demonstrated an early integrated prototype of Nora, the E-Motion social robot, at Intelligent Social Robot meet up. Nora can recognize the master, follow the master’s voice and gesture commands. Nora can recognize and express emotions, and it can tell you when it gets tired. Whenever Nora is “happy”, it will show a smiley face; when its gets tired (low battery), or can’t find its master, Nora will become “sad”. In the near future we will add humor and attitudes to give Nora more personality.
Nora will soon get a major makeover. Below is the current body design.
March 11, 2016
E-Motion was delighted to have Mrs. Gina Johnson, FBISD HomeBound teacher to talk to us about how robots can help sick and homebound students stay engaged in school and with classmates.
March 3, 2016
E-Motion’s Martin Tribo to present Gazebo: Virtual Reality Robot Simulator at TxRx Labs on March 12. RSVP here.