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Engineers from the University of
Surrey, UK, have created an intelligent robot that accomplishes hazardous feats like cleaning up contaminated wastes in nuclear reactors.
The robot has been developed by
integrating virtual reality (VR) soft -
ware with robotics. An operator
wears a special VR headset and the
robot mimics the movement of his
head. The operator, then, can interpret the visual data (relayed through
the stereovision equipment on the
robot) and can manipulate the
robot to act appropriately. John
Pretlove, leader of the Surrey university team, claims that stereovision of the robot and its ability to
move simultaneously with the operator's head, make it the first of its
kind in the world.