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Polymorphic, or shape-shifting, robots can normally tackle more types of tasks than non-polymorphic robots due to their flexible morphology. Their versatility adds to the challenge of designing a human interface, however. To investigate the utility of providing awareness information about the robot's physical configuration (or "pose"), we performed a(More)
— The use of wireless networks has become very popular in the mobile robotics community as they offer many advantages over traditional tethered systems. Wireless networks, however, often suffer from lower throughput and higher packet loss than their wired counterparts. This work attempts to enhance wireless networks used in mobile robotics by determining(More)
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