Tetsuya Morizono

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The study wncems a human e m r recovery function for efficient human/robot collaborative parts conveyance tasks, which has not been discussed so far in construction of human/robot coe&atence sys-infewnce updater which allows a robot to judge whether the goal intended to reach by the opemtor is w m c t or not, from incomplete trajectory data sequence of the(More)
It has been pointed out that the hard structure of an EVA glove deteriorates e±ciency of tasks in the space environment. We also found a claim that an EVA glove did not allow an astronaut to acquire contact information at the ¯ngertips. In the study, we proposed a SkilMate Hand for space EVA gloves which has both a tactile media and a power assist devices.(More)
The goal of our study is development of a " tactile mirror " for displaying tactile perception information. A point of distinctive difference between a tactile mirror and conventional tactile displays is that a tactile mirror possesses a feedback mechanism for acquiring the contact state information on the finger pad concerning not force but tactile(More)
I n the paper, we propose a vision-based system for adaptively inferring the interactional intention of a person coming close to a robot, which plays an important role i n the succeeding stage of human/robot cooperative operations typically i n production lines. It is naturally supposed that the interactional intention of a person induces her action of(More)
How the human central nervous system adjusts sensorimotor coordination to haptic stimuli is a major topic in several fields including robotics. There are studies focusing on contact positioning tasks such as catching a ball or a volley in tennis, where position control of a human hand is required only at the moment of contact for successful completion of(More)
Control of articulated robots by biarticular actuation has recently attracted great attention in the research field of robotics. Although many of studies concerned with this issue deal with legged robots or robot arms kinetically interacting with environment such as a floor or an object, motion control of an articulated robot arm with no kinetic interaction(More)