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Immervision to Provide Human-Like Vision to Halodi Robotics

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Advanced vision technology company Immervision will provide Halodi Robotics with next-generation vision systems for its humanoid service robot platform. The platform can handle both human and computer vision.
Halodi Robotics’ EVE will use Immervision’s technology for human-robot cooperation. Courtesy of Halodi Robotics.
Halodi Robotics’ EVE will use Immervision’s technology for human-robot cooperation. Courtesy of Halodi Robotics.
For a robot to work autonomously or problem-solve with human assistance, it requires robust sensor data to understand its environment and the ability to quickly process that information. Certain applications, however, require both human and machine vision capabilities. Machine vision works well for independent tasks, though when functioning in partnership with a human operator, human vision capabilities are needed.

“Robots have incredible potential to expand human capabilities and performance in the real world,” said Nicholas Nadeau, CTO of Halodi Robotics. “Immervision is able to help our EVE service robots create even greater value, by allowing human operators, via a virtual reality (VR) headset, to respond with human intuition capabilities to the anomalies that may arise as robots interact with their dynamic environment.”

Immervision’s vision system enables machines with both visual systems, for multiple sensors and wiring. The vision system will specifically enable Halodi Robotics robots to better perceive their environment, collect better quality vision data for AI/ML pipelines, and provide an immersive VR experience to the operator of the robots.
May 2022
machine vision
Interpretation of an image of an object or scene through the use of optical noncontact sensing mechanisms for the purpose of obtaining information and/or controlling machines or processes.
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