In the past few months, we have covered plenty of projects that involve teaching robots how to perform simple and complex tasks. This video from Ishikawa Watanabe Laboratory explores a fully automatic robotic system for uncertain contours. A low-cost camera is used to capture contour patterns to allow the robot controller to come up with a smooth path for coarse tracking using key points extracted from the data.
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Fully Automatic Robotic Tracking of Uncertain Contours
An additional module is used to conduct proper compensation during the robot’s motion. The above video shows how this robotic tracking system works.
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