Exploration of Multi-dimensional Sensing in Human Machine Interactions

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PubDate: December 2021

Teams: National University of Singapore

Writers: Minglu Zhu; Zhongda Sun; Chengkuo Lee

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Abstract

The advancements of human machine interface (HMI) with diversified sensory systems are essential to the intuitive and dexterous interaction with robotics and virtual world, which greatly affect our industrial, healthcare, and entertainment, etc. The manipulations done by human motions requires the multi-dimensional sensors to detect the complex movements. In this paper, we proposed a grating patterned sensor for both dual directional rotation sensors and tactile sensor which can be integrated into the exoskeleton and robot for motion monitoring. With the aid of the switch, the rotation, twisting, and bending sensing are achieved by the proposed designs with high customizability. The motion of upper limbs of users is projected into the virtual space or applied to control the robotics intuitively.

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