Birdie is an exploration of a novel sensory experience as a first step towards a true flying experience. With the use of a tele-existence concept an augmented human controls an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) remotely. At the same time he or she receives multi sensory feedback like vision and sound from the UAV.

PUBLICATIONS

Birdie: Towards a true flying experience

Benjamin Petry, Santiago Ortega-Avila, Suranga Nanayakkara and Shaohui Foong. "Birdie: Towards a true flying experience". In “Workshop on Assistive Augmentation”, Extended Abstracts of the 32nd Annual SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI14). Toronto, Canada.

Birdie

Birdie is an exploration of a novel sensory experience as a first step towards a true flying experience. With the use of a tele-existence concept an augmented human controls an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) remotely. At the same time he or she receives multi sensory feedback like vision and sound from the UAV.

PUBLICATIONS

Birdie: Towards a true flying experience

Benjamin Petry, Santiago Ortega-Avila, Suranga Nanayakkara and Shaohui Foong. "Birdie: Towards a true flying experience". In “Workshop on Assistive Augmentation”, Extended Abstracts of the 32nd Annual SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI14). Toronto, Canada.

Birdie is an exploration of a novel sensory experience as a first step towards a true flying experience. With the use of a tele-existence concept an augmented human controls an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) remotely. At the same time he or she receives multi sensory feedback like vision and sound from the UAV.

PUBLICATIONS

Birdie: Towards a true flying experience

Benjamin Petry, Santiago Ortega-Avila, Suranga Nanayakkara and Shaohui Foong. "Birdie: Towards a true flying experience". In “Workshop on Assistive Augmentation”, Extended Abstracts of the 32nd Annual SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI14). Toronto, Canada.

Birdie

Birdie is an exploration of a novel sensory experience as a first step towards a true flying experience. With the use of a tele-existence concept an augmented human controls an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) remotely. At the same time he or she receives multi sensory feedback like vision and sound from the UAV.

PUBLICATIONS

Birdie: Towards a true flying experience

Benjamin Petry, Santiago Ortega-Avila, Suranga Nanayakkara and Shaohui Foong. "Birdie: Towards a true flying experience". In “Workshop on Assistive Augmentation”, Extended Abstracts of the 32nd Annual SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI14). Toronto, Canada.