Engineers from Carnegie Mellon University presented a wearable roboruku that helps owners perform everyday tasks. The manipulator is able to capture and hold parts, which will be useful in production.
Roboruk is fixed on the shoulders and belt of the owner like a backpack, to help perform tasks that require more than two hands. According to one of the creators of Julian Whitman, the manipulator is especially effective in the production and fixation of parts.
The manipulator is a set of modules from metal tubes and servomotors. With their help roboruka able to hold objects, as well as grab them. The control and power unit is located in the center of the metal frame, with manipulators attached to its edges.
To control roboruka, you can use a special controller or voice commands. The developers note that it is possible to fix as many roborooks on the frame as the user can withstand and control.