Wouter gave two more radio interviews about the LumaHelm today, here is the one from the ABC:
While Twitter is still trending Joggobot, The Age, Australia’s major newspaper, has already reported on our latest project, Wouter’s interactive helmet LumaHelm which features 104 LEDs and a bunch of sensors. The comments flogged in as soon as the story went online in the top news section (the online ‘frontpage’ equivalent) talking about cycling safety and the opportunities the LumaHelm affords (Photo: Craig Sillitoe).
Gizmag wrote a really nice overview article about Joggobot, even mentioning Jogging over a Distance: http://www.gizmag.com/joggobot-autonomous-quadrocopter-running-partner/22899/Continue Reading →
Channel 10′s Breakfast TV show will be filming the Joggobot tomorrow morning, Wed 13 June, 7.50am right outside the Exertion Games Lab. The interview with Chad and Floyd will be streamed to the Sydney studio and from there broadcasted live, so tune in tomorrow morning!Continue Reading →
Joggobot received even more media coverage! Most of my day now consists of answering questions from the media.
PopSci (Australian Popular Science): http://www.popsci.com.au/technology/robots/video-motivating-robot-follows-you-on-your-morning-runContinue Reading →
Digital Trends wrote an article about Joggobot:Continue Reading →
The New Scientist interviewed us about the Joggobot project and wrote a really nice article, incl. video:Continue Reading →
The Joggobot has been featured in The Sunday Age, Australia’s major newspaper, on page 5. Click on the image to zoom in.
Chad has been interviewed, and there is even a video with him on the newspaper’s website and on their iPad app; it made it immediately to the top of their “most read technology story” chart.Continue Reading →
The Exertion Games Lab is featured on tonight’s Catalyst program on the ABC1. Catalyst is a science program “that sees science as a dynamic force changing our world”, and will feature the Joggobot project. We are on Thursday, 24 May 8pm and Friday, 25 May 11am, Australian Eastern Standard Time (Melbourne).
Could your future jogging partner be a robot? Graham Phillips dons his trainers and hits the track with the help of a flying machine called Joggobot.–ABC1 website