Telexistence is a startup based in Tokyo, which, when I learned about it, made me think about the future of retail. Telexistence, therefore, presented the first mass production of Model H robot. Its operation is simple: the robot is idle, but when the user activates the virtual reality mask, Model H moves. The kit with the necessary accessories is, at this stage, bulky, but I hope it will become more portable in the future. In a way, this is the future that Mark Zukerberg’s Facebook vision envisions.
According to the company, Telexistence Model H is an idea that predicts the use of a remote robot as an extension of ourselves. This is a plan that has been in place since 1980, but has now developed into a control system where the user receives information from the robot, and the robot, in turn, executes human commands. Model H can help us to visit distant places, but thoughts about “expanding ourselves” will be very attractive to businesses around the world.
This system seems simple, but it is not. It integrates virtual reality technologies, but is not intended for use outside the home or office. The robot will also be powered by a battery, so I think its use is not for a long time.
In addition to helping people with mobility problems, the system could be useful to … lazy people as well as to those who are on in on-line markets. Also interesting is the fact that using Model H will restrict product returns, as the system will know what suits and what does not fit the user.
Perhaps the Telexistence Model H is the easy technology solution for consumers and businesses worldwide.
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