Madalina-Ioana Toma

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This paper proposes two paradigms for controlling a robotic arm by integrating Electrooculography (EOG) and Electroencephalography (EEG) recording techniques. The purpose of our study is to develop a feasible paradigm for helping disabled persons with their every-day needs. Using EOG, the robotic arm is placed at a desired location and, by EEG, the(More)
Today's humanoid robots are used in many successful research topics. According to users needs these robots must be able to perform new tasks, and to adapt in a workspace. They have a similar appearance with human body. Thus the meaningful features of an humanoid robots are: the capability to imitate the user behavior, and the ability to learn new skills. In(More)
The aim of the article is to present preliminary results obtained by analysis of the behavior patterns of various driver subjects, in the context of an intelligent assistive driving system. We determined the parameters which are involved in determining the car driver’s interaction intent, and extracted features of interest from various measured parameters(More)
Virtual Reality (VR) is one of the newest technological domains with revolutionary applicability for the tomorrow’s Future Internet, including visions of the Internet of Things. The sensation of total immersion in Virtual Environment (VE) is still unresolved. Therefore, our work proposes a new omnidirectional locomotion interface for navigation in VEs. The(More)
Robots have a continuous increasingly role in today's society as they have stepped in the human environment in order to better fulfil demanding and complex tasks. A novel mobile robot system based on ubiquitous computing technologies is proposed to address two fundamental problems in the field of robotics, i.e. the interaction between human and robot and(More)
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