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  • VR-based Teleoperation of a Mobile Robotic Assistant

    a variety of on-board sensing and processing equipment as well as a small manipulator for performing simple fetch-and-carry operations. In this report, we focus on the design of the teleoperation system integrating virtual reality techniques and Web-based capabilities in the human operator interface.

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  • Design and control of a robotic system for assistive laser

    Such system is shown to achieve very fast (181mm/s) and accurate (1µm resolution) laser beam aiming within an 11×11mm target area. The design and implementation of a high-level control system for safe operation of the new laser phonomicrosurgery equipment is also described in this paper.

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  • Semi-Remote Gait Assistance Interface: A Joystick with

    The constant growth of pathologies affecting human mobility has led to developing of different assistive devices to provide physical and cognitive assistance. Smart walkers are a particular type of these devices since they integrate navigation systems, path-following algorithms, and user interaction modules to ensure natural and intuitive

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  • Yuichi KURITA | Professor (Associate) | Hiroshima

    An Assistive Interface of a Teleoperation System of an Excavator by Overlapping the Predicted Position of the Arm

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  • (PDF) Exploratory design and evaluation of a homecare

    4.5. Teleoperation strategies during in-home navigation In order to characterize teleoperation strategies during in-home navigation, we tracked and mapped the gaze of the operators on the teleoperation user interface using a three-dimensional video- oculography system (FaceLab v4.5, Seeing Machines).

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  • Yuichi Kurita, Biological Systems Engineering Lab.

    Yuzuki Okawa, Masaru Ito, Ryota Sekizuka, Seiji Saiki, Yoichiro Yamazaki and Yuichi Kurita, An assistive interface of a teleoperation system of an excavator by overlapping the predicted position of the arm, International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction, ONLINE, October 27-29, 2020.

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  • ISARC 2020 Online

    An assistive interface of a teleoperation system of an excavator by overlapping the predicted position of the arm A systematic review of technical specification of 3D concrete printer Field application of Tunnel Half Section Inspection System Yuzuki Okawa, Masaru Ito, Ryota Sekizuka, Seiji Saiki, Yoichiro Yamazaki and Yuichi Kurita

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  • Assistive Robotics: Robot assistant for mobility

    Oct 01, 2017 · This project will develop effective robotic assistance for individuals with C4-C7 SCI for activities of daily living (ADL) such as house work or food preparation. The inability to perform ADL are major reasons that individuals with SCI and other disabilities move from living independently to intermediate care residences, because dedicated human help is expensive.

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  • Semi-Remote Gait Assistance Interface: A Joystick with

    The constant growth of pathologies affecting human mobility has led to developing of different assistive devices to provide physical and cognitive assistance. Smart walkers are a particular type of these devices since they integrate navigation systems, path-following algorithms, and user interaction modules to ensure natural and intuitive

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  • CARRT Center for Assistive, Rehabilitation and Robotics

    Abstract. The goal of this research is to create a human-robot collaborative system that learns from sensor-assisted teleoperation to reach the maximum possible autonomy requiring minimal user input. It is assumed that the user while unable to do a task manually, …

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  • BRL-C Programme

    Jun 28, 2021 · T4) PhD Talk: An intuitive and immersive user interface for the teleoperation of mobile robots The aim of my PhD research is to utilise Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality (collectively known as XR) techniques and equipment to improve the effectiveness of robot teleoperation in remote, hazardous environments (e.g. nuclear decommissioning sites).

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  • A system for bedside assistance that integrates a robotic

    Many assistive tasks depend on moving with respect to the person's body, and the complementary physical and perceptual capabilities of the two robots help with respect to this general goal. The system provides autonomy for common tasks, as well as an interface for direct teleoperation of the two robots.

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  • Intuitive Graphic Interface for Assisted Teleoperation in

    gesture based interface system has been developed. Analyzing the potential of computer graphics, together with the surgeons needs during, first, the planning and later on the development of a surgical intervention, the specifications of a dedicated interface determine its Intuitive Graphic Interface for Assisted Teleoperation in Surgical

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  • Mengxi Li, Dylan P. Losey, Jeannette Bohg, and Dorsa Sadigh

    Assume humans control a robot using the teleoperation interface a t= ˚(z t;s t), where tdenotes timestep, s t2Sis the system state, z t2Rdis the d-dimensional system input, and a t 2Ais the action executed by the robot. We use h t 2Rd to denote the human's input. For instance, when the human is using a joystick to teleoperate the robot arm,

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  • Characterization of Assistive Robot Arm Teleoperation: A

    Assistive robotic devices can increase the independence of individuals with motor impairments. However, each person is unique in their level of injury, preferences, and skills, which moreover can change over time. Further, the amount of assistance required can vary throughout the day due to pain or fatigue, or over longer periods due to rehabilitation, debilitating conditions, or aging.

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  • (PDF) Proprio and Teleoperation of a Robotic System for

    418 C. Balaguer et al. The design of this kind of assistive systems must come with redundancy procedures that assure no user control is missed by the user, even in cases of sub-system failure. Appropriate design in the control interface allows considerable safety strategies.

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  • Noninvasive Electroencephalography Equipment for Assistive

    Humans interact with computers through various devices. Such interactions may not require any physical movement, thus aiding people with severe motor disabilities in communicating with external devices. The brain–computer interface (BCI) has turned into a field involving new elements for assistive and rehabilitative technologies. This systematic literature review (SLR) aims to help BCI

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  • EEG-Controlled Wall-Crawling Cleaning Robot Using SSVEP

    2.2. Experimental Materials. As shown in Figure 1, the hardware system in this experiment mainly includes five parts: EEG signal acquisition system (Brain Products, Germany), computer for displaying visual stimulation interface, computer for signal processing, Bluetooth module for transmitting signals wirelessly, and intelligent crawling robot for cleaning dust on the walls.

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  • Camilo Perez Quintero | CARIS

    p {margin: 0px 0px 2px;} Camilo Perez QuinteroMy research focuses on developing communication mechanisms for human-robot manipulation interaction. I enjoy working in detail-oriented and multidisciplinary teams to translate research from HRI and computer vision to advance mission-critical system. Thanks to my multidisciplinary background, I have the capacity of turning a novel idea into a

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  • (PDF) Proprio and Teleoperation of a Robotic System for

    24 Proprio and Teleoperation of a Robotic System for Disabled Persons' Assistance in Domestic Environments Carlos Balaguer1, Antonio Gim´enez1, Alberto Jard´on1, Ra´ul Correal1, Santiago Mart´ınez1, Angelo M. Sabatini2, and Vincenzo Genovese2 1 University Carlos III de Madrid Depto. de Ingenier´ıa de Sistemas y Autom´atica Avenida de la Universidad, 30. 28911 (Legan´es) Madrid

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