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Designing Humanity Centered Robots At The Intersection Of Art, Design, And Engineering In CSCI 1951C

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What if your plants could become "unplanted" and autonomously roam around a room, offering new configurations to the space? What if you could hold a scrolling digital sign up high in your hand at a demonstration, amplifying ...

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Eickhoff, Ritchie, Tellex, And Tompkin Win OVPR Seed Awards

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Professor of Medical Science and Computer Science Carsten Eickhoff and Professors Daniel Ritchie, Stefanie Tellex, and James Tompkin of Brown CS have just received Seed Awards from Brown’s Office ...

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Ian Gonsher, Jeff Huang, And Stefanie Tellex Win OVPR Seed Awards

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Lecturer in Engineering and Adjunct Lecturer in Computer Science Ian Gonsher and Assistant Professors Jeff Huang and Stefanie Tellex of Brown University ...

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CSCI 1951 Students Showcase Smart Mirrors, Haptic Blankets, Robots, And Other Humanity-Centered Technology

"We'll soon live in a world," says Professor Ian Gonsher, "if we don’t already, that's saturated with a dazzling array of interconnected, automatic things. This semester, my students in CSCI 1951C Designing Humanity Centered Robots explored how these emerging technologies might impact our lives in the near future as they designed, discussed ...

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Ian Gonsher Featured In MAKE Magazine

Ian Gonsher, who currently co-teaches CSCI1951-C Designing Humanity Centered Robots with Michael Littman, has just been featured in MAKE magazine. Ian and Michael's course focuses on using iterative design to develop robots for solving tasks that help people, and it appears to have been at least a partial inspiration for the article. Using various ...

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CSCI1951-C: Computer Scientists, Designers, Engineers Join Forces To Help The Elderly Live More Independently (Video Below)

As part of the Humanity Centered Robotics Initiative, Michael Littman of Brown Computer Science and Ian Gonsher of the School of Engineering created a new class last semester in which computer scientists teamed up with designers and engineers to explore possible ways people can interact with robots in the near future. They focused on telepresence ...