Augmented reality-based model-mediated teleoperation: A mobile telerobot case study için kapak resmi
Augmented reality-based model-mediated teleoperation: A mobile telerobot case study
Kirişçi, Nihat Çağhan, author.
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xi, 71 leaves: color illustrarions, charts;+ 1 computer laser optical disc.
Teleoperation is defined as operating a robot in a remote environment. Teleoperation utilizes the strength and dexterity of robots and the interpretation and problem solving skills of humans. In a teleoperation system, the robot to be controlled is referred as the slave. The master is a device that the human operator interacts with to send commands to the slave or receive feedback from the slave environment such as haptic or audio. However, teleoperation of a robot in an unknown environment solely based on haptic and visual feedback is a demanding task. The effects of time delay in communication channels makes completing this task even more challenging. Model-Mediated Teleoperation (MMT) aims to solve this problem by creating a virtual model of the slave robot and the environment. This virtual model receives commands from the master and returns haptic feedback just as the real slave robot is interacting with the environment, effectively with no delay. However, without actually knowing where the position of the virtual robot corresponds in the real environment, it is still challenging to carry out the task. In this project, a novel augmented reality based method is proposed to render the virtual robot into the real life live video feed. Integration of the non-delayed robot into the real environment intends to solve this problem by enhancing the perception of the user.
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Tek Biçim Eser Adı:
Thesis (Master)--İzmir Institute of Technology: Mechanical Engineering.

İzmir Institute of Technology: Mechanical Engineering--Thesis (Master).
Elektronik Erişim:
Access to Electronic Versiyon.


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Tez T002008 TJ211.415 .K58 2019

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