Human-robot interaction - Waseda robots

Hadaly and Wendy

Shigeki Sugano, Toshio Morita

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    Abstract

    This study aims to develop human symbiotic robots, which have the abilities of carrying out physical, informational, and psychological interaction with human, and support daily work in human's living space. In this paper, mechanism design methodologies, specifications, and control strategies of humanoid type human-symbiotic-robot systems, Hadaly-2 and WENDY are described. In order to develop WENDY (Waseda ENgineering Designed sYmbiont), mobility and dexterity of the humanoid robot Hadaly-2, which was developed in 1997, were improved on. The performances of WENDY were evaluated by experiments of safety motion, object manipulation and egg breaking, which require high revel integration of whole body system for human-robot closely interaction.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings 2001 International Workshop on Bio-Robotics and Teleoperation
    Pages21-27
    Number of pages7
    Publication statusPublished - 2001
    EventProceedings 2001 International Workshop on Bio-Robotics and Teleoperation - Beijing
    Duration: 2001 May 272001 May 30

    Other

    OtherProceedings 2001 International Workshop on Bio-Robotics and Teleoperation
    CityBeijing
    Period01/5/2701/5/30

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    Human robot interaction
    Robots
    Specifications
    Experiments

    Keywords

    • Dexterity
    • Human-Robot Interaction and Symbiosis
    • Humanoid Robots
    • Safety
    • System Integration

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Engineering(all)

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    Sugano, S., & Morita, T. (2001). Human-robot interaction - Waseda robots: Hadaly and Wendy. In Proceedings 2001 International Workshop on Bio-Robotics and Teleoperation (pp. 21-27)

    Human-robot interaction - Waseda robots : Hadaly and Wendy. / Sugano, Shigeki; Morita, Toshio.

    Proceedings 2001 International Workshop on Bio-Robotics and Teleoperation. 2001. p. 21-27.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Sugano, S & Morita, T 2001, Human-robot interaction - Waseda robots: Hadaly and Wendy. in Proceedings 2001 International Workshop on Bio-Robotics and Teleoperation. pp. 21-27, Proceedings 2001 International Workshop on Bio-Robotics and Teleoperation, Beijing, 01/5/27.
    Sugano S, Morita T. Human-robot interaction - Waseda robots: Hadaly and Wendy. In Proceedings 2001 International Workshop on Bio-Robotics and Teleoperation. 2001. p. 21-27
    Sugano, Shigeki ; Morita, Toshio. / Human-robot interaction - Waseda robots : Hadaly and Wendy. Proceedings 2001 International Workshop on Bio-Robotics and Teleoperation. 2001. pp. 21-27
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