The object of this study is to develop a man-machine interface for a tele-operating robot at the other places far from users. In this study, we focused on how to acquire and present the visual information, which is corresponding the user's movement, for tele-surgery. Developed system consists of a master part and a slave part. The master part has a sensor system to detect movement of the head and a face-mounted-display to present visual information. The slave part consists of a slave robot with a CCD camera. The CCD camera is driven by the slave robot based on the users head movement to get corresponding visual information with user's movement. Two types of the slave robot were developed to trace the movement of head. One is a role-pitch-yow angle expression robot, the other is an eulor angle expression robot. Both of the slave robots could be driven based on the head movement. The sufficient trace performance of the slave robot against the user's head movement was confirmed.