Vision-based manipulation with the humanoid robot Romeo Giovanni Claudio

@inproceedings{ISUAL2016VisionbasedMW,
  title={Vision-based manipulation with the humanoid robot Romeo Giovanni Claudio},
  author={II. V ISUAL and III. V ISUAL},
  year={2016}
}
  • II. V ISUAL, III. V ISUAL
  • Published 2016
The aim of this paper is to show how visual servoing can help a humanoid robot to realize manipulation tasks with one and two hands, in conjunction with a gaze control. In addition, the use of vision in a closed-loop control scheme allows to accomplish these tasks with high repeatability without an accurate calibration of the robot kinematic model, the intrinsic and extrinsic parameters of the camera. The first application shown is grasping: one arm is controlled in order to reach the desired… CONTINUE READING

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