Myung-Jin Jung

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This paper describes a robotic-head system as a multimodal communication device for human–robot interaction, and the system’s potential application in home environments. Most robotic systems for natural user interaction have facial expressions, since facial expressiveness is regarded as a key component to developing personal attachment along with prosodic(More)
The structure of OmniKity-I (OK-I), the miniature omni-directional mobile robot, and its kinematics and dynamics models are presented. OK-I has three DOFs in the plane. A conventional two wheeled mobile robot (2-WMR) serves as the base of OK-I for translational motion. The robot body is on top of the base. The third motor controls angular motion of the body(More)
With the ever increase in the number of robots in an industrial environment, scientists/technologists were often faced with issues on cooperation and coordination among diierent robots and their self governance in a work space. This has led to the developments in multi-robot cooperative autonomous systems. The proponents of multi-robot autonomous systems(More)
In recent years many entertainment and healing robots have been developed. These mhats have synthetic emotions so that they select behavior based on their current emotional state. On the contrary conventional robots which have designed to perform repetitive factory or office jobs do not have such emotions. Usually human operators assign tasks in explicit(More)