Ubiquitous Human Interaction with a Virtual Reality Interface for Robot Programming


Robots have a continuous increasing role in today's society as they have stepped in the human environment in order to better fulfill the more demanding and complex tasks. Ubiquitous technologies can enhance interaction between human and robot in order to achieve a more natural interaction. In this paper a framework for off-line programming of an industrial robot using ubiquitous technologies is presented. The system allows controlling a virtual model of an industrial robot in an immersive CAVE-like projection system, configuring robot trajectories and simulating the robot actions before the real robot performs the task.

  • Abstract
  • Key Words
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Ubiquitous Technology, a Serviceable Technology for Humans
  • 3 Interaction Interface Based on Ubiquitous Technology
  • 4 Test Methodology
  • 5 Conclusion and Future Work
  • 6 Acknoledgement
  • References

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