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Basic Study on Sensory Aspects of a Master/Slave System for Force Telecommunication

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Basic Study on Sensory Aspects of a Master/Slave System for Force Telecommunication
– The advancement of multimedia services including audio/visual media has been rapid. The applications of cellular phones, in particular, have increased by using these technologies. In addition, if force telecommunication were realized, force information would become a next leading factor in the multimedia service. In this field, a robotic master/slave system is a leading candidate. This system has been studied as a teleoperation system between an operator and an environment; the operator controls only the master device whereas the slave device is never controlled. For multimedia applications, such systems require flexibility and bidirectionality because force telecommunication must consider the interactions between users. This paper details the fundamental issues of force communication from a viewpoint of human perception. With regard to the control system, this study uses an integrated hybrid control master/slave system that helps to find a key factor of equal bilateral force telec...
Masayuki Hara, Jian Huang, Young-Mi Jung, Tetsuro
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where IROS
Authors Masayuki Hara, Jian Huang, Young-Mi Jung, Tetsuro Yabuta
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