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High-fidelity telepresence and teleaction

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21 Author(s)
Robert Bauernschmitt ; Technische Universität München (TUM), Germany ; Martin Buss ; Barbara Deml ; Klaus Diepold
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The collaborative research center SFB453 ( aims to realize high-fidelity telepresence and teleaction systems. Telepresence and teleaction systems extend the human workspace to remote locations in order to overcome barriers like distance, scaling, danger or the human skin. Using a human-system interface the human operator controls a remotely located teleoperator. Multi-modal feedback in form of visual, auditory, and haptic data is used to increase the feeling of telepresence. Different application areas including minimally invasive surgery, on-orbit servicing, microassembly as well as tele-manufacturing and tele-maintenance are targeted.

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Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 2010 IEEE International Conference on

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3-7 May 2010