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Enabling real-time full body imitation: A natural way of transferring human movements to humanoids

By Marcia Riley, Ales Ude, Keegan Wade and Christopher G. Atkeson

Abstract

We seek intuitive, e cient ways to create and direct human-like behaviors for humanoid robots. Here we present a method to enable humanoid robots to acquire movements by imitation. The robot uses 3D vision to perceive themovements of a human teacher, and then estimates the teacher's body postures using a fast full-body inverse kinematics method that incorporates a kinematic model of the teacher. This solution is then mapped to the robot and reproduced in realtime. The robustness of the method is tested on a 30-degree-of-freedom Sarcos humanoid robot located at ATR using 3D vision data from external cameras and from head-mounted cameras.

Year: 2003
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