A robot's spatial perception communicated via human touch

  title={A robot's spatial perception communicated via human touch},
  author={John S. Zelek and Daniel C. Asmar},
A robot perceives space in order to navigate, map, search and investigate its surroundings. One application area where humans interact with robots is search and rescue. The robot may have unique capabilities such as seeing outside the visible spectrum and being able to navigate in tight and hazardous spaces. In such an operation, the human may also be an effective search agent. Thus, it would be beneficial if the robot’s spatial perception was conveyed to the human via a secondary peripheral… CONTINUE READING

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