Purdue Researchers Develop Augmented Reality Robot Programming App

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You shouldn’t have to go through months of training to program robots. Purdue Researchers have developed an augmented reality platform for programming robots via an app. The app allows users to plan a task for robots to perform. Once the phone is loaded on the robot’s docking station, it will be able to perform tasks autonomously.

The dock wirelessly connects to the robot’s controls and motor while the phone serves as the eyes and brain for the robot.

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