Using Gesture and Speech Control for Commanding a Robot

@inproceedings{Rogalla2002UsingGA,
  title={Using Gesture and Speech Control for Commanding a Robot},
  author={Oliver Rogalla and Markus Ehrenmann and R. Z{\"o}llner and Regine Becher and R{\"u}diger Dillmann},
  year={2002}
}
Giving advice to a mobile robot assistant still requires classical user interfaces. A more intuitive way of commanding is achieved by verbal or gesture commands. In this article, we present new approaches and enhancements for established methods that are in use in our laboratory. Our aim is to interact with a robot using natural and direct communication techniques fusioning these communication channels for a robust performance of simple tasks. Within this paper, we will first describe the robot… CONTINUE READING
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