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Navigation in virtual environments: head-behavior based control applications to VR based robotics

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2 Author(s)
Kheddar, A. ; Lab. de Robotique, CNRS, Velizy, France ; Coiffet, P.

This paper address the problem of navigation within virtual environments (VE). We review the actual means used for navigation, after what we propose a navigation control algorithm based on operator head behavior. In this paper we focus on its benefits to robotic applications. Investigating the operator in robotics task performing, we cite off-line robot teaching, pseudo-real-time teleoperation and a simulation of an assembling task using two cooperative robot arms. The advantages and lacks of this control are discussed

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Robot and Human Communication, 1995. RO-MAN'95 TOKYO, Proceedings., 4th IEEE International Workshop on

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5-7 Jul 1995