Haseru Chen

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Many of today’s mobile robots are supposed to perform everyday manipulation tasks autonomously. However, in large-scale environments, a task-related object might be out of the robot’s reach, that is, the object is currently not perceivable by the robot. Hence, the robot first has to search for the object in its environment before it can perform the task. In(More)
This paper presents a user interface for manipulating structured furniture and electric equipments based on view-based multi-touch gesture interface and demonstrational mechanism for action candidates. The contribution of this papers is summarized as follows: 1) we define multi-touch gesture for push, pull and rotate manipulation of the robot. 2) We propose(More)
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