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Haptic Simulation for Robot-Assisted Dressing
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017)
There is a considerable need for assistive dressing among people with disabilities, and robots have the potential to fulfill this need. However, training such a robot would require extensive trials in order to learn the ...
3D Human Pose Estimation on a Configurable Bed from a Pressure Image
Robots have the potential to assist people in bed, such as in healthcare settings, yet bedding materials like sheets and blankets can make observation of the human body difficult for robots. A pressure-sensing mat on a ...
Optimization of Robot Configurations for Assistive Tasks
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016)
Robots can provide assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) to humans with motor impairments. Specialized robots, such as desktop robotic feeding systems, have been successful for specific assistive tasks when ...