Daiki Itoh

Cog Machine

Bio

Cog Machine is an early-stage computer interface startup founded by Daiki, a former researcher in Robotics and Computer Interface Design at Carnegie Mellon. His study in embedding computational intelligence into a precise mechanical system formed by bio-inspired materials has led to the creation of Cog Machine, a hand wearable assistive device.

Physical Interactive Man-Machine Interface: Wearable Assistive Device

Room: N-123 | Time: 4:00pm - 4:20pm

We will be presenting our vision and prototype of our hand wearable assistive device that enables you to work in the 3D virtual environment efficiently. There has been a rapid shift from 2D to 3D interface that forecasts the new areas of computational applications including immersive learning, simulation, making, and gameplay. The presentation will offer you a tour of imagining how our assistive force feedback interaction creates an immersive and productive 3D experience and the markets it can potentially open up.

4:00pm - 4:20pm