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Wearable Supernumerary Robotic Limbs

April 19 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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The wearable supernumerary robotic limb is a new type of wearable human assistive device that improves human activity, perception, and operation abilities. It has broad application prospects in industrial production, medical disability assistance, and daily life. First, the presentation will provide an overview of the current research status on the main structure, control methods, and application fields of wearable supernumerary robotic limbs. Second, scientific issues will be introduced such as the robotic limb’s design principle, the perception of human motion intention, and the collaboration mechanism between biological and mechanical limbs. Third, the presentation will provide our technological research progress of the wearable supernumerary robotic limbs, including the series-parallel reconfigurable structure design, human intention perception, and collaborative control of multiple limbs. We will focus on how to measure human limbs’ movement using multi IMUs and vision systems, and perceive human intentions based on the multivariate measurement data. Finally, prospects will be made for the technological development trend of the robot.

Speaker(s): YANHE,

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/411357