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Achieving Virtual Presence with a Semi-Autonomous Robot Through a Multi-Reality and Speech Control Interface

Simsarian, Kristian and Karlgren, Jussi and Fahlén, Lennart and Frécon, Emmanuel and Bretan, Ivan and Frost, Niklas and Jonsson, Lars (1996) Achieving Virtual Presence with a Semi-Autonomous Robot Through a Multi-Reality and Speech Control Interface. In: 3d Eurographics workshop on Virtual Environments, February 1996, Monte Carlo.

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This paper describes a model for a complex human-machine system where a human operator controls a remote robot through the mediation of a distributed virtual environment with a language interface. The system combines speech controlled graphical immersive environments with the live video from a robot working in a real environment. The worlds are synchronized and updated based on operator selections, commands and robot actions. This system allows the user to have a powerful tool with a high level of abstraction to create and control autonomous robots, thus making possible the realization of single and multiple autonomous robot applications.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
ID Code:137
Deposited By:Userware Researcher
Deposited On:16 Oct 2007
Last Modified:18 Nov 2009 15:53

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