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webOS Robotics Plattorm: OpenEmbedded + ROS At ROSCON 2019


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A ROS-based companion robot built on webOS, It has a big touch head display a body display to show ads, Heads-up Camera, Customized TurtleBot3 Waffle Pi, Intel Neural Compute Stick 2.0 and a RaspberryPI 4. All powered on single board with webOS + ROS webOS Robot Platform. See each change in action, webOS Apps and services communicate with ROS to send commands or read data from sensors Big Bean can read face and react to emotions: Happy Face makes Big Bean happy, Sad Face makes it sad. Big Bean can play games with you and entertain you, Reacts to voice commands and it supports software updates.

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