Marketplace, December 25, 2017
A university lab gives members of the public a chance to control a swarm of robots.
It can be tough to study robotics at a high level if you don’t have access to expensive equipment. But this fall, Georgia Tech researchers are hoping to change that.
The University has launched an open robotics research lab. It allows anyone around the world to remotely watch and control dozens of robots that are in Atlanta using just a computer. The idea is to help scientists collaborate on research and give students access for their studies. To continue reading this article, click here.