Sciweavers

Share
ICMCS
2006
IEEE

Remote Control of a Networked Mobile Robot using an Immersive Locomotion Interface

10 years 10 months ago
Remote Control of a Networked Mobile Robot using an Immersive Locomotion Interface
Recently, the concept of behavioral media using a mobile robot has emerged in tele-robotics, where the mobile robot behaves as a user’s second body or an agent in a remote site. An important issue in behavioral media is how to control the robot intuitively immersing a user into a remote site. This paper describes a new approach which combines locomotion interface and immersive projection display of a remote site for controlling a networked mobile robot. We have developed a prototype system and have evaluated the usability of the system with experiments.
Kazumasa Yamazawa, Masaki Tawada, Naokazu Yokoya
Added 11 Jun 2010
Updated 11 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2006
Where ICMCS
Authors Kazumasa Yamazawa, Masaki Tawada, Naokazu Yokoya
Comments (0)
books