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This paper addresses the problem of human robot interaction with application to the design of assistive devices. We describe the design and development of a prototype of a smart wheelchair that can be commanded by a rider. Specifically, we focus on (a) the vision-based human interaction interface; (b) the suite of sensors on the chair; and (c) the software architecture and the control algorithms used to control the chair.
handicapped aids, intelligent control, mobile robots, motion control, user interfaces, assistive devices, control algorithms, human robot interaction, sensors suite, smart wheelchairs, software architecture, vision-based human interaction interface
Date Posted: 24 November 2004
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