Could just anyone train an 'Internet of Things'?
Purdue University researchers have developed an augmented reality framework enabling average users to easily and visually program robots to perform real-world tasks. V.Ra utilizes a smartphone app that allows users to "record" a motion path and task list for real-life robots, in both home and industrial use.
Credit: Purdue University
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