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Telepresence is a refined, advanced form of robot remote control. The robot operator gets a sense of being on location, even if the remotely controlled machine, or telechir, and the operator are miles apart. Control and feedback are done by means of telemetry sent over wires, optical fibers, or radio.
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What would it be like to operate a telechir Here is a possible scenario. The robot is autonomous and has a humanoid form. The control station consists of a suit that you wear or a chair in which you sit with various manipulators and displays. Sensors can give you feelings of pressure, sight, and sound. You wear a helmet with a viewing screen that shows whatever the robot camera sees. When your head turns, the robot head, with its vision system, follows, so you see an image that changes as you turn your head, as if you were in a space suit or diving suit at the location of the robot. Binocular robot vision provides a sense of depth. Binaural robot hearing allows you to perceive sounds. Special vision modes let you see UV or IR; special hearing modes let you hear ultrasound or infrasound. Robot propulsion can be carried out by means of a track drive, a wheel drive, or robot legs. If the propulsion uses legs, you propel the robot by walking around a room. Otherwise you sit in a chair and drive the robot like a car. The telechir has two arms, each with grippers resembling human hands. When you want to pick something up, you go through the motions. Back-pressure sensors and position sensors let you feel what s going on. If an object weighs 10 pounds, it will feel as if it weighs 10 pounds. But it will be as if you re wearing thick gloves; you won t be able to feel texture. You might throw a switch, and something that weighs 10 pounds feels as if it only weighs one pound. This might be called strength 10 mode. If you switch to strength 100 mode, a 100pound object seems to weigh 1 pound. Figure 34-10 is a simple block diagram of a telepresence system.
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34-10 Telepresence combines remote monitoring and control, giving the operator the feeling of being onsite at a distant location.
Applications
You can certainly think of many different uses for a telepresence system. Some applications are Working in extreme heat or cold Working under high pressure, such as on the sea floor Working in a vacuum, such as in space Working where there is dangerous radiation Disarming bombs Handling toxic substances Police robotics Robot soldier Neurosurgery Of course, the robot must be able to survive conditions at its location. Also, it must have some way to recover if it falls or gets knocked over.
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Limitations
In theory, the technology for telepresence exists right now. But there are some problems that will be difficult, if not impossible, to overcome. The most serious limitation is the fact that telemetry cannot, and never will, travel faster than the speed of light in free space. This seems fast at first thought (186,282 miles, or 299,792 kilometers, per second). But it is slow on an interplanetary scale. The moon is more than a light second away from the earth; the sun is 8 light minutes away. The nearest stars are at distances of several light years. The delay between the sending of a command, and the arrival of the return signal, must be less than 0.1 second if telepresence is to be realistic. This means that the telechir cannot be more than about 9300 miles, or 15,000 kilometers, away from the control operator. Another problem is the resolution of the robot s vision. A human being with good eyesight can see things with several times the detail of the best fast-scan television sets. To send that much detail, at realistic speed, would take up a huge signal bandwidth. There are engineering problems (and cost problems) that go along with this. Still another limitation is best put as a question: How will a robot be able to feel something and transmit these impulses to the human brain For example, an apple feels smooth, a peach feels fuzzy, and an orange feels shiny yet bumpy. How can this sense of texture be realistically transmitted to the human brain Will people allow electrodes to be implanted in their brains so they can perceive the universe as if they are robots
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