Do-Hyung Kim

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In this paper, we report some important results of design and evaluation of a wheelchair-based robotic arm system, named as KARES II (KAIST Rehabilitation Engineering Service System II), which is newly developed for the disabled. KARES II is designed in consideration of surveyed necessary tasks for the target users (that is, people with spinal cord injury).(More)
We present a novel approach for hardware-accelerated collision detection. This paper describes the design of the hardware architecture for primitive inference testing components implemented on a multi-FPGA Xilinx Virtex-II prototyping system. This paper focuses on the acceleration of ray-triangle intersection operation which is the one of the most important(More)