Guillermo Enriquez

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This paper presents folded surface detection and tracking for augmented maps. For the detection, plane detection is iteratively applied to 2D correspondences between an input image and a reference plane because the folded surface is composed of multiple planes. In order to compute the exact folding line from the detected planes, the intersection line of the(More)
While most mobile robots possess the ability to navigate to and from given locations, for a robot to truly perform guidance, human awareness is also needed. Our guidance robot system possesses both, using a wireless sensor network for navigation and a vision-based tracking system for human awareness. We use the network to create a virtual directional field(More)
In this paper, we propose to protect wayang puppet theater, an intangible cultural heritage from Indonesia by turning a robot into a puppeteer successor. We developed a seven degrees-of-freedom manipulator to actuate sticks attached to the wayang puppet body and hands. We also developed a gamelan music emotion recognition so that the robot could control its(More)
From new hardware arise possibilities to develop novel methods of monitoring human behavior. In this paper we present a low cost system using two RGB-D cameras in a 3m × 8m space. Using developed software, we are able to easily collect, combine, visualize, modify, and analyze data. To validate the system, we measured human behavior in a walking experiment(More)
The analysis of movements has been applied to various fields. However, they are typically only in the form of visual or analytical data from a motion analyzer. Users are unable to feel these types of analysis directly on their bodies. In some fields, such as sports and rehabilitation, it is more efficient to feel a motion than to see the image or numerical(More)
Applications for multi-agent robot systems have been extensively studied because of their flexibility under a wide variety of situations and there are various proposals for control methods. Our research focuses on the control of robot positions for a generalized task: the transportation of some object of unknown shape to some goal destination. We propose a(More)