An experiment of low cost entertainment robotics

Abstract : This paper reports about the robotic installation set up by the Rhoban Project in the French pavilion of the Expo 2012 of Yeosu, Korea ([6]). The installation has consisted in a humorous show involving humanoid robots and anthropomorphic arms, with the illusion of life as a guideline. We emphasized natural compliant motion and physical interaction in order to make the show attractive. The design raised some issues dealing with robustness of robots, but also with the realism of the motions and the synchronization of the robots with the music.
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Paul Fudal, Hugo Gimbert, Loic Gondry, Ludovic Hofer, Olivier Ly, et al.. An experiment of low cost entertainment robotics. RO-MAN 2013, Aug 2013, France. pp.820 - 825, ⟨10.1109/ROMAN.2013.6628414⟩. ⟨hal-01006397⟩

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