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A Project to Realize a Practical Teleportation
What How For Kitakyushu
Takashi Yamanoue, Kagoshima University,
Yasuhiro Tsutsui, University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Japan
Takao Tsutsui, University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Japan
We are realizing a practical teleportation.
This teleportation is a kind of FAX which can send an object to
a remote place without using a physical transportation method.
The teleported object can be a toy, a robot or a machine.
Key words: Transportation, Mechatronics, Intelligent Systems,
Celluler Robotics, Symmetrical Connection, Self Recognition,
Compilers, Attribute Grammar, 3D modeling, Self-reproduction.
- Outline of the Teleportation
- We assume that the object, which is sent to a remote place,
is made of a kind of intelligent parts.
- These parts can communicate each other and recognize each other.
- Therefore, if the parts have sensors or actuators,
this object can work as a functional machine.
- Procedure of the teleportation.
- Extract all information from an object,
In our teleportation, the information can be obtained from the
object by itself. The self-recognition of the object is realized
by a kind of syntactic analysis which uses an attribute grammar.
- Send the information to a remote place,
- Construct the identical object at the remote place,
using the information and materials at that place.
- For more details
A simple simulator of the teleportation. (java applet)
- Our Publications
- Takashi Yamanoue. Yasuhiro Tsutsui, Takao Tsutsui,
"Realizing a Practical Teleportation System Using the Intelligent Parts,"
Proceedings of the 1st International Conference
on Information Technology and Applications
Bathurst, Australia, Nov. 25-29, 2002.
- Takashi YAMANOUE, Yasuhiro TSUTSUI, Takao TSUTSUI,
"A Method for Reproduction of a 3D Structure at Remote Place",
The 63th IPSJ conference, DEMO-18, pp.4-369 to 4-370(2001.9).
- Takashi Yamanoue, Yasuhiro Tsutsui, Takao Tsutsui:
"CELL AND ITS COUPLING STATE RECOGNIZING METHOD",
Patent Abstracts of Japan, 2001-188029.
- This patent has passed the substative examination of
the Japan Patent Office and has gained the decision to grant a patent.
- This is a patent(pending) for a practical teleportation system.
We are looking for the sponsors.
- Y. Tsutsui, T. Tsutsui, T. Yamanoue,
"A Mechanism for Self-Analysis of Physical Structures",
Proceedings of the 61th IPSJ conference,5Q-03, Matsuyama, Japan, 2000.
- T. Yamanoue, Y. Tsutsui, T. Tsutsui,
"Parsing Physical Structures and its Parts",
Proceedings of the 61th IPSJ conference, Matsuyama, Japan, 5Q-03, 2000.
- Related Works
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Mathematical Systems Theory, 2, 2, 1968, pp.127-146.
- N. Wirth, "Algorisms + Data Structures = Programs",
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"Dynamically Reconfigurable Robotic System (DRRS)
(System Configuration and Implementation as CEBOT),"
Proc. of 5th Int'l Symp. of Robotics Research, 1989, pp. 22-28.
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Reading, Mass., Addison-Wesley, 1989.
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and W. Wootters,
"Teleporting an Unknown Quantum State via Dual Classical and EPR Channels",
Phys. Rev. Lett. vol. 70, 1993, pp. 1895-1899.
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"Triangles: tangible interface for manipulation and exploration of digital
in Proc. of Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'98),
1998, pp. 49-56.
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"ActiveCube: A Bi-directional User Interface using Cubes",
KES 2000: Fourth International Conference on Knowledge-Based
Intelligent Engineering Systems & Allied Technologies,
University of Brighton, UK, 30 August-1 September 2000, pp. 99-102.
- The 1st 3D fax, done in 1991.
- Project to build a 3D fax machine:
Martindale's Calculators On-Line Center,
Engineering: Electrical & Computer: P-SC
This page has the link to our simulator of the teleportation.
Thank you, Dr. Martindale.