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Published on Feb 26, 2011
A humanoid Nao robot is remotely controlled in real time by a human wearing Xsens MVN full-body motion capture suit. Different types of control are demonstrated where a robot mimics the head rotation of the user, forward/backward movement, turning and moving sideways. We also show how this interface can be utilized for coaching soccer playing. Finally, a human navigates the robot on the soccer field and scores a goal, while limiting the human's environment perception to the robot's video stream from the front camera view, which is transmitted in real time to a hand-held mobile device.
This system was developed by researchers using resources at the School of Computing and Mathematics, UWS and the Magic Lab, UTS. The work was published at the RoboCup 2011 Symposium and is available in: A. Bogdanovych, C. Stanton, X. Wang and M.-A. Williams: Real-Time Human-Robot Interactive Coaching System with Full-Body Control Interface . In proceedings of the RoboCup Symposium 2011, Istanbul, Turkey. 5-11 July, 2011. RoboCup 2011 http://www.robocup2011.org/en/ Link to the paper: http://www-staff.it.uts.edu.au/~anton...