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A Multi Small Humanoid Robot Control for Efficient Robot Performance
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A Multi Small Humanoid Robot Control for Efficient Robot Performance
Jang, Jun-Young; Lin, Chi-Ho;
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In this paper, we designed a multi humanoid robot control method for performing an exhibition that will maximize the efficiency and user convenience and implementation. In recent years, an increasing number of case and to take advantage of the robots in the field performances and exhibitions, plays, musicals, orchestra performances are also various genres. In concert with the existing small humanoid exhibition to source from outside by using a computer and MP3 player and play, while pressing the start button of communication equipment for the show to start the robot began performing with the zoom. Thus, due to the dual source and robot operation and synchronization does not work well is the synchronization of the start of the concert sound starting point of the robot and robot motion and sound are reproduced separately were frequently occurs when you need to restart the show. In addition, when the center of gravity or lose the robots who were present during the performance problems such as performance or intervene to restart the show. In order to overcome this, in this paper, Multi-small humanoid robot was designed to control the efficiency and the user of the GUI-based human interface S/W to maximize convenience, Zigbee communication to transmit a plurality of data in al small humanoid It was used. In addition, targeting a number of the small humanoid robot demonstrated the effectiveness and validity of the user's convenience by gender actual implementation.
Exhibition Performance;GUI;Humanoid Robot;Multi Robot;Zigbee;
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