Maeda Lab, Yokohama National University
View-based Teaching/Playback with Photoelasticity
Robot Programming with Volume Sweeping and Augmented Reality
We present two methods for robot programming: "view-based teaching/playback" and "robot programming by volume sweeping." The former is a technology that enables model-free robot programming adaptable to changes of task conditions. We demonstrate programming of a force-control task with photoelasticity. The latter is a technology that enables novice operators to program good robot motions by integrating volume sweeping and motion planning. We demonstrate AR-based implementation of the method.