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3D Object Location Identification Using Finger Pointing and a Robot System for Tracking an Identified Object
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 Title & Authors
3D Object Location Identification Using Finger Pointing and a Robot System for Tracking an Identified Object
Gwak, Dong-Gi; Hwang, Soon-Chul; Ok, Seo-Won; Yim, Jung-Sae; Kim, Dong Hwan;
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 Abstract
In this work, a robot aimed at grapping and delivering an object by using a simple finger-pointing command from a hand- or arm-handicapped person is introduced. In this robot system, a Leap Motion sensor is utilized to obtain the finger-motion data of the user. In addition, a Kinect sensor is also used to measure the 3D (Three Dimensional)-position information of the desired object. Once the object is pointed at through the finger pointing of the handicapped user, the exact 3D information of the object is determined using an image processing technique and a coordinate transformation between the Leap Motion and Kinect sensors. It was found that the information obtained is transmitted to the robot controller, and that the robot eventually grabs the target and delivers it to the handicapped person successfully.
 Keywords
3D location identification;Object identification and tracking;Kinect and Leap Motion sensor fusion;Finger-pointing;
 Language
Korean
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