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CHI
2004
ACM
11 years 4 months ago
Robotic camera control for remote exploration
A video stream from a single camera is often the foundation for situational awareness in teleoperation activities. Poor camera placement, narrow field-of-view and other camera pro...
Stephen B. Hughes, Michael Lewis
ICRA
2007
IEEE
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10 years 10 months ago
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...
Young Soo Suh, Sang Kyeong Park, Dae-Nyeon Kim, Ka...
RAS
2006
102views more  RAS 2006»
10 years 4 months ago
Direct visual tracking control of remote cellular robots
This paper presents the design of a stable non-linear control system for the remote visual tracking of cellular robots. The robot is controlled through visual feedback based on th...
Ricardo O. Carelli, José Santos-Victor, Fla...
ISRR
2005
Springer
105views Robotics» more  ISRR 2005»
10 years 10 months ago
Networked Robotic Cameras for Collaborative Observation of Natural Environments
Many viewers simultaneously observe events in a common, but remote, environment in applications ranging from scientific observation, journalism, distance education, security, and...
Dezhen Song, Kenneth Y. Goldberg
ICRA
1998
IEEE
144views Robotics» more  ICRA 1998»
10 years 8 months ago
The Atacama Desert Trek: Outcomes
In June and July 1997, Nomad, a planetary-relevant mobile robot, traversed more than 220 kilometers across the barren Atacama Desert in Chile, exploring a landscape analogous to t...
Deepak Bapna, Eric Rollins, John Murphy, Mark W. M...
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