This book presents the proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Experimental Robotics held in Sydney in March 1999. The editors and contributors represent the leading robotics research efforts from around the world. Micro-machines, interplanetary exploration, minimally invasive surgery and emerging humanoid robots are among the most obvious attainments of leading robotics research teams reported in this volume. Less obvious but equally significant are the fundamental advances in robot map-building and methods of communication between humans and machines that are demonstrated through experimental results. This collection of papers will provide the reader with a concise report on the current achievements and future trends in robotics research across the world.Smart interfaces facilitate natural and easy interfaces for human-robot interaction. ... In this paper, we report on a vision-based interface that in real-time tracks a usera#39;s facial features and gaze point. ... Researchers have realized that to create robotic technology for the human world, the most efficient form is the humanoidanbsp;...
|Title||:||Experimental Robotics Six|
|Author||:||Peter I. Corke, James Trevelyan|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1999-10-22|