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Remote control of a moving robot using the virtual link

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Remote control of a moving robot using the virtual link
— A new remote control method of a moving robot is proposed, where a moving robot is moved according to the pointing position and orientation of the remote controller. The remote controller consists of the camera and gyroscopes. The landmark in a moving robot is recognized by the camera in the remote controller and a robot is moved in the camera’s pointing position and orientation. The ’virtual link’ term is used since the robot is moved as if there is a link between the robot and the remote controller. Gyroscopes are also used in the remote controller so that fast estimation of the camera’s pointing position and orientation is possible. The proposed method is verified through experiments.
Young Soo Suh, Sang Kyeong Park, Dae-Nyeon Kim, Ka
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICRA
Authors Young Soo Suh, Sang Kyeong Park, Dae-Nyeon Kim, Kang-Hyun Jo
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