BUSINESS INSIDER | ROBOTS FOR VIRTUAL GRADUATION

by | Apr 8, 2020 | Media, Telepresence

Business Insider

A Japanese University used remote-controlled robots to hold a virtual graduation

Business Breakthrough University (BBT) in Tokyo, Japan held a virtual graduation ceremony due to the coronavirus.

Students called into the ceremony using video-conferencing tool Zoom, and they were displayed on mobile robots.

Events including graduations and weddings have been moved online to “Minecraft,” “Animal Crossing,” and other online games since the coronavirus spread throughout the world.

This article was originally published by Mary Meisenzahl at Business Insider.  To view the full article about robots for virtual graduation, click the button below.

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