This paper proposes a conceptual design of a novel humanoid robot with vision and locomotion bioinspired by the human beings. This first step research is focused on the realization of a humanoid robot interfaced with a Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) system. Starting from the analysis of the state of the art related to vision and locomotion in humanoid robotics, the authors propose a binocular vision and a bipedal control system as basic input for the conceptual design of a novel humanoid robot. Future steps in research will be oriented to define symbiosis interaction between humanoid robot and BCI systems.

Vision and Locomotion Control Systems in a bioinspired Humanoid Robot

G. G. Muscolo;
2014

Abstract

This paper proposes a conceptual design of a novel humanoid robot with vision and locomotion bioinspired by the human beings. This first step research is focused on the realization of a humanoid robot interfaced with a Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) system. Starting from the analysis of the state of the art related to vision and locomotion in humanoid robotics, the authors propose a binocular vision and a bipedal control system as basic input for the conceptual design of a novel humanoid robot. Future steps in research will be oriented to define symbiosis interaction between humanoid robot and BCI systems.
978-147992337-3
Binocular Vision; Bioinspired Control; Biped Locomotion; Humanoid Robots
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