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Grasping Using High-Speed Visual Feedback

Summary

A grasping system using high speed visual feedback has been developed. This system consists of an active vision with the parallel processing vision system called SPE-256, and a multi-fingered hand-arm system like a human hand. This is controlled using a multi-DSP Hierarchical Parallel Processing System and real time parallel sensory feedback is realized. As a result the hand has succeeded in grasping against a target which moves randomly at high speed. Experimental results are presented.

Experimental Results (Movies)




Experimental Results (Pictures)


grasping grasping(view from vision system)

References

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  4. Akio Namiki, Masatoshi Ishikawa: Sensory-Motor Fusion Architecture Based on High-Speed Sensory Feedback and Its Application to Grasping and Manipulation, Proceedings of the 32nd International Symposium on Robotics (Soul, 2001.04.19) [ PDF format ]
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