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MH-2 shoulder robot

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Ivonne Malagon

on 10 September 2014

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Transcript of MH-2 shoulder robot

How is the robot taught to preform its task?
The purpose of the MH2 is to have your friend(s) be with you virtually anywhere opposed to you bringing them along if they are antisocial or busy. You also won't be alone.
Jobs the robot has created
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Tasks Performed
-Designing the MH-2.
-Manufacturing jobs (shipping the item, selling the item, and producing the item.)
-Assembling the pieces of the MH-2 robot.
-Engineering jobs to make the MH-2 a better and more efficient robot .
It is operated by actuators. Actuators are a type of motor that is responsible for moving or controlling a mechanism or system. Actuators are operated by a source of energy typically an electric current, hydralic fluid pressure, or pneumatic pressure and converts that energy into motion.
The MH-2 is a wearable robot that goes on your shoulder that is designed to mimic human actions.
-It allows your friends to tag along with you over an internet connection.
-They see the world through its camera and it also holds conversations.
The robot is used by people who either feel alone or never want to be alone. You can use the robot anywhere.
Where is the robot used?
-You can communicate via telepresence (telepresence is virtual reality technology.)
-The user must wear a heavy backpack with 22 actuators. (Actuators are motors that are responsible for moving a mechanism. )
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MH-2 shoulder robot
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