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Human-Robot Tactile Interaction

@inproceedings{Wsch2003HumanRobotTI,
  title={Human-Robot Tactile Interaction},
  author={Thomas W{\"o}sch and W. Feiten},
  year={2003}
}
  • Thomas Wösch, W. Feiten
  • Published 2003
  • Most service robots work in the same environment as humans. Therefor the robot must provide interaction channels to the human. This paper introduces a interaction via a tactile interface. Several kinds of tactile interactions between a user and the robot as well as interactions of the robot with the environment are presented. All interactions are implemented in a single paradigm: Forces measured from tactile sensors result into robot joint torques. We present results from our experimental setup… CONTINUE READING

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