Human-robot interaction with bionic arm experimental setup for robotics education


Kaplanoglu E. , Yilmaz O.

13th International Conference on Mechanika, Kaunas, Lithuania, 3 - 04 April 2008, pp.216-219 identifier

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Full Text
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  • City: Kaunas
  • Country: Lithuania
  • Page Numbers: pp.216-219

Abstract

In this study an interactive human-robot bionic arm has been designed. Designed interactive human-robot bionic arm has been converted into experiment setup to teach forward and inverse kinematics as applied for mechatronics student. To manufacture the body of the systems a plaster is moulded around a real human arm. The interacting system includes two in-dependent robotic arms; one for motion capture and the other for manipulation purposes. The motion capture system includes a wearable device to obtain the motion data from human arm. The manipulator system includes a robotic arm which generates the motion specified by the data obtained from the capturing system.