Third Grader with Weak Immune System uses VGo to Attend School in San Antonio

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San Antonio Independent School District is paving a new way for students who are ill and physically unable to attend school to get back into the classroom. They are participating in a pilot program that allows a robot to take the student to class - The VGo is about 4 feet tall with a small screen on the top and a round base on the bottom that sits on four wheels. 

VGo takes Students to the Zoo

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A guest story provided by Margie Marks, Curator of Conservation Education at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium as posted here.

VGo User Featured on Inside Edition

VGo User Devon, age 7, featured on Inside EditionSeven-year-old Devon Carrow cannot physically set foot in his neighborhood elementary school in Buffalo, New York, because he suffers from life threatening allergies.  Along with the VGo T

Hospital Bound Student to soon Attend School via Robot

February 15, 2013 | by Lynn Taylor Rick

As she battles a life-threatening disease, Shelby Huff won't be inside a Hill City classroom for another year — at least not physically.

But if her classmates and her community have anything to say about it, Shelby will be there virtually with the help of an interactive robot called VGo.

The robot, which looks much like a Segway, stands several feet tall and has a camera, microphone and video screen that will move from room to room in the school throughout the day.