From baby bottles to a remote-controlled robot with virtual, augmented and mixed reality functions!
Our laboratory developed an original device that can measure the nipple softness of breastfeeding mothers, and used this data to obtain a patent for a new baby bottle nipple. We are continuing to work on creating a bottle nipple that feels more like a real one. In addition, we are making a remote-controlled robot with virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) functions. The robot is capable of visualizing objects that human eyes cannot in times of poor visibility and displaying then on a screen using sensor fusion. It can also work in extremely severe conditions that are off limits to humans.
|College of Systems Engineering and Science
||Machinery and Control Systems|
|Faculty Name||Yoshitaka Adachi|
|Academic Society||Japanese Society for Medical Virtual Reality|
The Virtual Reality Society of Japan
The Society of Instrument and Control Engineers
|Keyword||Mechatronics,Virtual reality,Robots,Computer simulations|
- Electronic circuits
- Computer graphics
- Information and telecommunications
- Machinery design
For SocietyWe conduct research on systems that can be useful to people, focusing on robotics and combining information-telecommunications technology and computer science.
- Development of a remote-controlled robot
- Research on baby bottle nipples
- Research on using internet of things (IoT) technology in the infrastructure and equipment used in buildings