|Pictures of PETS|
last modified dec 22 2002
Some members of our team talking
about the torso.
A very early prototype of the arm component.
Lisa, our artist in residence, cutting away.
The torso, just got some color!
What goes underneath the shell. (the armbox is version 4)
PETS2, almost done. Do you see the tiny little clay figurine to its bottom right? That was the sketch Lisa created so that we can visualize our creature.
A close up of the clay sketch.
The story telling application, the black box, and the skeletons.
The finished kit.
|The 1999 Computer Human Interaction Conference In Pittsburgh|
At the "Barney, The Good, Bad, and Ugly" Panel...
|The 1999 University of Maryland Human Computer Interaction Lab Open House|
|2001, PETS Continues to Evolve|
A prototype of the new skeleton
, built by Kris Edwards of
, an industry
The PETS family.
Making the new robot: one, two.
Playing and dancing with an early prototype: one, two, three.
Lots of great pictures of the robot in therapeutic settings.
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