日本バーチャルリアリティ学会論文誌
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Print ISSN : 1344-011X
ISSN-L : 1344-011X
SFと科学技術におけるテレイグジスタンス型ロボット操縦システムの歴史(<特集>遠隔操作システム)
大山 英明前田 太郎舘 [ススム]
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2002 年 7 巻 1 号 p. 59-68

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Telexistence, tele-existence, or telepresence, is an advanced form of teleoperation, which enables a human operator to remotely perform tasks with dexterity, providing the user with the feeling that he or she is present in the remote location. Although tele-existence/telepresence as an engineering concept was proposed in 1979-1981, a comic titled " Jumborg A " proposed and illustrated a primitive tele-existence robot control system in 1970. As a matter of fact, some fictitious robot control systems in novels, comics, animations, and movies precede real robot control systems. In this paper, we will introduce the history of telexistence robots, both in terms of current technology and science fiction

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