After more than three years of development, Future Lab has made progress in the field of human-computer-object integration research.
In 2018, we launched the third-generation prototype of the Large-format tactile graphic display terminal (computer for blind), which is ready for mass production after user experiments and product re-optimization. It is expected to further promote the development of many accessible applications for blind users and facilitate the popularization of electronic Braille books. The project helped blind users learn offline and online, as well as browse and shopping, and make it easier to learn about mathematical geometry, chemical structures, Etc.
In 2019, the first Chinese-style robot band "MOJA", launched by Future Lab in cooperation with the Academy of Fine Arts, presented at Tsinghua University 108th anniversary. Band "MOJA" is dedicated to the 108th anniversary of Tsinghua University.
In 2020, Future Lab conducted in-depth research on olfactory interaction in the direction of natural interaction, olfactory perception, and computing at a deeper level. Research on olfactory perception and computing gives machines and people the approximate olfactory ability, making machines understand human behavior and environmental changes better. There are breakthroughs in the digital olfactory system, agricultural product quality grading, and monitoring technology based on artificial intelligence and olfactory big data. For example, We have been developing a flavor-based fruit sorting assembly line in cooperation with enterprises.