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Visual Cues as a Programming Language for Robots

By Varun Jain

Abstract

Only a few people can program robots. The approach presented in this paper lets a user with no or very less programming language background to play with robots and get acquainted with a flavor of robotics. In this approach, robot has some in built set of behaviors, it can perform. Human can train the robot to associate a set of visual codes with the behaviors. Human can use these visual codes to make robots perform complex tasks. A sequence of behavior can also be associated with a visual code. To perform certain task, a sequence of visual codes (sequence of behaviors along with termination conditions) can be shown to robot beforehand or it can perform behaviors as it sees the visual code in the environment

Topics: KEY WORDS, Visual Cues, Aibo, Robot, Behaviors, Human-robot interaction. 1. INTRODUCTION
Year: 2011
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