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Designs and Prototypes of Mobile Robots by Yun Hin Kececi, Marco Ceccarelli

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5.Human-machine interface of mobile robot for posture

I-Ming Chen, Wei-Ting Yang, Albert Causo, and Song Huat Yeo, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Abstract: This chapter presents a human-machine interface system for mobile robots to capture and replicate human posture. A motion replication system (MoRep) that captures whole body motion using inertia sensor-based measurement units is presented. Multimodal feedback enables users to replicate measured postures.

5.1A survey of HMI for robots

A human-machine interface of a mobile robot is supposed to facilitate the operation of mobile robots in performing tasks in remote environments. Mobile robots have been around for quite some time now, and various control interfaces have been designed ...

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