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Integrated Grasp and motion planning

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Integrated Grasp and motion planning
— In this work, we present an integrated planner for collision-free single and dual arm grasping motions. The proposed Grasp-RRT planner combines the three main tasks needed for grasping an object: finding a feasible grasp, solving the inverse kinematics and searching a collision-free trajectory that brings the hand to the grasping pose. Therefore, RRTbased algorithms are used to build a tree of reachable and collision-free configurations. During RRT-generation, potential grasping positions are generated and approach movements toward them are computed. The quality of reachable grasping poses is scored with an online grasp quality measurement module which is based on the computation of applied forces in order to diminish the net torque. We also present an extension to a dual arm planner which generates bimanual grasps together with corresponding dual arm grasping motions. The algorithms are evaluated with different setups in simulation and on the humanoid robot ARMAR-III.
Niko Vahrenkamp, Martin Do, Tamim Asfour, Rüd
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where ICRA
Authors Niko Vahrenkamp, Martin Do, Tamim Asfour, Rüdiger Dillmann
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