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Graphic Simulator for processing test of Humanoid Robot (인간형 로봇의 동작 더스트를 위한 그래픽 시뮬레이터)

  • Hwang, Byung-Hun;Kim, Jee-Hong
    • Proceedings of the KIEE Conference
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    • pp.2480-2482
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    • 2003
  • As make a simulator including user interface functions like start & stop, load parameters, record and save, view 3D display has a real-like length and numerical value of sizes, represent real-shape of inner and outer part of robot, make the possible fast and slow selective observation as a adjust a step, receiving the images through the image device which attached in robot, so make a motion tester simulator of humanoid robot which coded by windows based GUI(Graphic User Interface) program with a MMI(Man Machine Interface) function that user can watch the environment which included robot and use a images. For implement this, we use a design data that converted data which made by use a CAD for Laser RP(Rapid Prototyping) progress into C coding for simulator programming. Using OpenGL, an API of graphic, it has a efficiency and detail of graphic operation. To make and test animation data, it has the option of save and resume in animation.

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Generation of Robot Facial Gestures based on Facial Actions and Animation Principles (Facial Actions 과 애니메이션 원리에 기반한 로봇의 얼굴 제스처 생성)

  • Park, Jeong Woo;Kim, Woo Hyun;Lee, Won Hyong;Lee, Hui Sung;Chung, Myung Jin
    • Journal of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems
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    • v.20 no.5
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    • pp.495-502
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    • 2014
  • This paper proposes a method to generate diverse robot facial expressions and facial gestures in order to help long-term HRI. First, nine basic dynamics for diverse robot facial expressions are determined based on the dynamics of human facial expressions and principles of animation for even identical emotions. In the second stage, facial actions are added to express facial gestures such as sniffling or wailing loudly corresponding to sadness, laughing aloud or smiling corresponding to happiness, etc. To evaluate the effectiveness of our approach, we compared the facial expressions of the developed robot when the proposed method is used or not. The results of the survey showed that the proposed method can help robots generate more realistic facial expressions.

The meaning of the horns of Robot design in Nagai Go's Comics (일본 애니메이션에서 로봇 디자인에 나타난 뿔의 의미 - 나가이 고(永田 豪)의 작품을 중심으로 -)

  • Yoon, Jeong Won
    • Proceedings of the Korea Contents Association Conference
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    • pp.193-197
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    • 2008
  • Character Design in Animation is usually used to get probability visually with unity between appearance and feature of character. Especially the horn of Japanese robot animation is not only the one of the feature of the genre but also shows difference between eastern and western culture. It is not difficult to find a case as the horned robot design, otherwise Nagai Go's comics like "Mazinger Z", "Getter Robo" "UFO Robot Grandiger" dedicated to set a horned design as a pattern. In the Nagai Go's work, horn is not only an ornament but also is used as a tool which reveals violent human nature.

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The environment developement for analysis of a quadruped robot using animation (애니메이션을 이용한 사각보행로보트 해석 환경의 개발)

  • 최병욱;정명진;변증남
    • 제어로봇시스템학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.119-124
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    • 1988
  • In this paper, we developed an environment for the analysis of kinematic characteristics of a quadruped robot using animation with simple task planning in SUN3 workstation. The projection method and related graphic utilities are developed, and we considered user interface with mouse. The legs with pantograph mechanism are mathmatically modelled and they will be used for the simulation of algorithms to be develped in the graphic monitor.

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A Study on the Possibility of Development in Korean Mechanic Animation (한국 메카닉 애니메이션의 발전 가능성에 관한 연구)

  • Hong, Ryun-young;Kim, Cheeyong
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute of Information and Commucation Sciences Conference
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    • pp.617-620
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    • 2009
  • Mechanic animation's popularity is going on steadily in the world. In Korea, produced various mechanic animation since produced 'Robot Taekwon V'. However, Animation wasn't recognized one of culture genre in Korea, therefore many restrictions were happened, so animation's quality wasn't satisfied with the masses's liking. And Korean animation was turned away then making animation was decreased. This paper show history of Korean animation and this condition, then compare with Korean animation and Japanese animation 'Gundam', And this will indicate possibility of Korean animation development.

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Integrated robot control system for off-line teaching (오프라인 교시작업을 위한 통합 로봇제어시스템의 구현)

  • 안철기;이민철;이장명;김성권
    • 제어로봇시스템학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.503-506
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    • 1996
  • An integrated Robot control system for SCARA robot is developed. The system consists of an off-line programming(OLP), software and a robot controller using four digital signal processor(TMS32OC50). The OLP has functions of teaching task, dynamic simulator, three dimensional animation, and trajectory planning. To develop robust dynamic control algorithm, a new sliding mode control algorithm for the robot is proposed. The trajectory tracking performance of these algorithm is evaluated by implementing to SCARA robot(SM5 type) using DSP controller which has conventional PI-FF control algorithm. To make SCARA robot operate according to off-line teaching, an interface between OLP and robot controller in the integrated system is designed. To demonstrate performance of the integrated system, the proposed control algorithm is applied to the system.

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Real Examples based Natural Phenomena Synthesis

  • An, HyangA;Seo, Yong-Ho;Park, Jinho
    • International journal of advanced smart convergence
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    • v.2 no.2
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    • pp.7-9
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    • 2013
  • Current physics-based simulation is an important tool in the fluid animation. However some problems require a new change to current research trends which depend only on the simulation. The ultimate goal of this project is to obtain information of flow example, analyze an example through machine learning and the novel fluid animation reconfigure without physical simulation.

Generation and Animation of Optimal Robot Joint Motion data using Captured Human Motion data (인체모션 데이터 획득 장치와 최적화 기법을 사용한 로봇운동 데이터 생성과 애니메이션)

  • Bae, Tae Young;Kim, Young Seog
    • Journal of The Korean Society of Manufacturing Technology Engineers
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    • v.22 no.3_1spc
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    • pp.558-565
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    • 2013
  • This paper describes a whole-body (human body's) motion generation scheme for an android robot that uses motion capture device and a nonlinear constrained optimization method. Because the captured motion data are based on global coordinates and the actors have different heights and different upper-lower body ratios, the captured motion data cannot be used directly for a humanoid robot. In this paper, we suggest a method for obtaining robot joint angles, which allow the resultant robot motion to be as close as possible to the captured human motion data, by applying a nonlinear constrained optimization method. In addition, the results are animated to demonstrate the similarity of the motions.

Comparative analysis Gundam contents(Animation and Figure) and elements of a culture theory (건담 컨텐츠(애니메이션 및 건담 피규어)의 문화 성립 요소분석)

  • Sohn, Jong-Nam
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.10 no.2
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    • pp.299-304
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    • 2012
  • First broadcasted in 1979's and until today very popular in the Original title video content Mobil Suit GUNDAM, it has difference to existing other two-way race other robot animation. According to director Tomino Yoshiyuki animation Gundam has an elements of drama. It's explain imply all untruth reality contents. The content of Japanese animation, GUNDAM beyond its wide range of industries around the world, further developed and expanded, and further is referred to as GUNDAM culture. Academic culture in terms of the five elements that make up culture (technology, values, social relations, language, and material) around the content analysis of GUNDAM. As a result, the five cultures of each of the elements that conflict with sufficient information and are believed to be worth.

Animation and Machines: designing expressive robot-human interactions (애니메이션과 기계: 감정 표현 로봇과 인간과의 상호작용 연구)

  • Schlittler, Joao Paulo Amaral
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • pp.677-696
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    • 2017
  • Cartoons and consequently animation are an effective way of visualizing futuristic scenarios. Here we look at how animation is becoming ubiquitous and an integral part of this future today: the cybernetic and mediated society that we are being transformed into. Animation therefore becomes a form of speech between humans and this networked reality, either as an interface or as representation that gives temporal form to objects. Animation or specifically animated films usually are associated with character based short and feature films, fiction or nonfiction. However animation is not constricted to traditional cinematic formats and language, the same way that design and communication have become treated as separate fields, however according to $Vil{\acute{e}}m$ Flusser they aren't. The same premise can be applied to animation in a networked culture: Animation has become an intrinsic to design processes and products - as in motion graphics, interface design and three-dimensional visualization. Video-games, virtual reality, map based apps and social networks constitute layers of an expanded universe that embodies our network based culture. They are products of design and media disciplines that are increasingly relying on animation as a universal language suited to multi-cultural interactions carried in digital ambients. In this sense animation becomes a discourse, the same way as Roland Barthes describes myth as a type of speech. With the objective of exploring the role of animation as a design tool, the proposed research intends to develop transmedia creative visual strategies using animation both as narrative and as an user interface.