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Human brain-teleoperated robot between remote places

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Human brain-teleoperated robot between remote places
Abstract— This paper describes an EEG-based human brainactuated robotic system, which allows performing navigation and visual exploration tasks between remote places via internet, using only brain activity. In operation, two teleoperation modes can be combined: robot navigation and camera exploration. In both modes, the user faces a real-time video captured by the robot camera merged with augmented reality items. In this representation, the user concentrates on a target area to navigate to or visually explore; then, a visual stimulation process elicits the neurological phenomenon that enables the brain-computer system to decode the intentions of the user. In the navigation mode, the target destination is transferred to the autonomous navigation system, which drives the robot to the desired place while avoiding collisions with the obstacles detected by the laser scanner. In the camera mode, the camera is aligned with the target area to perform an active visual exploration of the remot...
Carlos Escolano, Javier M. Antelis, Javier Minguez
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICRA
Authors Carlos Escolano, Javier M. Antelis, Javier Minguez
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