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Intuitively operable interfaces for space automation systems by means of projective virtual reality

@inproceedings{Freund2002IntuitivelyOI,
  title={Intuitively operable interfaces for space automation systems by means of projective virtual reality},
  author={E. Freund},
  year={2002}
}
The general aim of the development of virtual reality technology for automation applications at the IRF is to provide the framework for Projective Virtual Reality which allows users to “project” their actions in the virtual world into the real world primarily by means of robots but also by other means of automation. The framework is based on a new task -oriented approach which builds on the “task deduction” capabilities of a newly developed virtual reality system and a task planning component… Expand

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