Noriyuki Kanehira

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This paper presents the development of humanoid robotics platform - 4 (or HRP-4 for short). The high-density implementation used for HRP-4C, the cybernetic human developed by AIST, is also applied to HRP-4. HRP-4 has a total of 34 degrees of freedom, including 7 degrees of freedom for each arm to facilitate object handling and has a slim, lightweight body(More)
This paper presents an advanced leg module developed for, HRP-2, a new humanoid robotics platform, which has been developed in the phase two of the Humanoid Robotics Project(HRP), a five year program sponsored by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan (METI) from 1998FY to 2002FY. The biped locomotion ability of HRP-1, the humanoid robotics(More)
This paper proposes a new method for excretion care by use of robot technology. Excretion care is one of the most burdensome tasks in care, along with bathing care. Among the problems related to excretion care, transfer of the care recipient between a wheelchair and a toilet is the most acute problem. Therefore, we proposed a new transfer method for getting(More)
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